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  • Commit Your Finances to God

    By Shevon L. Sampson on August 9, 2018
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    In Psalms 24:1 it’s clear that everything on the earth is God’s “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it. The world and all its people belong to him.” If you own a possession, then you control it, right? God is powerful and could use us as puppets to carry out His will, but that is not what He […]
  • Sowing Seeds of Thankfulness

    By Shevon L. Sampson on July 1, 2018
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    This time of year certainly makes us think about what we are thankful for, whether it’s because of the commercialization of the holidays or the meals we attend with family and friends. God says in 1 Thessalonians 5:18 “In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” This short verse brings a […]
  • Dealing with Endless Wants

    By Shevon L. Sampson on June 1, 2018
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    Each year stores begin carrying holiday décor and the “perfect” presents earlier and earlier because research and sales have shown that the more customers see the same holiday messaging, the more they will purchase. This causes a few problems regardless if you are a child, teenager, parent or single adult. The more you see, the more you want. You overspend. […]
  • Teaching Kids to Be Givers

    By Shevon L. Sampson on May 1, 2018
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    Many kids learn “mine” at a young age and as they grow sharing with others becomes challenging. How do you teach kids to be givers and not just takers? Sowing seeds of giving will provide a wonderful example. They need to experience the joys of giving and learn why it’s better to give than to receive. Keep in mind that […]
  • Christian Finance Board Game

    By Shevon L. Sampson on April 1, 2018
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    What’s the best way to sow seeds of financial responsibility? There are many events, attitudes and people that influence a child’s perception of money, saving and other critical concepts regarding finances. Teachers often incorporate fun activities while teaching because it is effective in making concepts stick. So why not follow this example by playing a money and banking game that […]
  • Parents Sow Seeds Daily

    By Shevon L. Sampson on March 1, 2018
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    Parents tell their kids what to do, but kids remember actions far longer than words. Your daily choices affect your kids and seeds are sown that are either fruitful or unfruitful. You may have had a parent that constantly sowed seeds of mistrust, dishonesty and lack of love, but you can change this behavior and help guide future generations to […]
  • Sowing Seeds of Negativity

    By Shevon L. Sampson on February 1, 2018
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    No one considers themselves a negative person, but there are symptoms and actions that are characteristic of sowing seeds of negativity. Do you tell yourself and believe these messages lies? “I’m not skinny enough.” “I’m not smart enough.” “I don’t have the training.” “I have never been a runner, so I never will be.” “That employer won’t think I’m good […]
  • Are Christians Responsible for the Decisions of Others?

    By Shevon L. Sampson on January 1, 2018
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    It can be easy to fall into this trap, but the short answer is NO! You can influence someone, but you cannot force a person’s decisions. Because of how God has created us, we have free will to make any decision that we want. However, as a Christian it is our responsibility to make sure that we don’t do anything […]