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Banks & Signs of Depression

by Wes Bridel on June 16, 2010

in Stewardship

Banks problems are one of the leading signs of depression.  We spoke Monday about the problems that banks are having and how this can be dreadful for the economy.  Today, we’ll continue our look at signs of depression within the current economy.
Studies have shown that when the FDIC closes down a bank and liquidates it’s [...]

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Economic Indicators of Depression

by Wes Bridel on June 14, 2010

in Stewardship

Economic indicators point towards a depression.  Signs are everywhere.  We began speaking about this last week.  Today, we’ll begin to look at these economic indicators so that you can see for yourself the signs of depression.
Western Governments, lead by the United States, have for decades utilized the printing and borrowing of [...]

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The Story of Economic Depression

by Wes Bridel on June 7, 2010

in Stewardship

How does an economic depression come about?  How would this affect your life?  We recently put out our newsletter where we made predictions about an economic depression that will be life changing for all of us.  If you don’t get the newsletter, you can sign up here.  We’re going to write some [...]

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If you’re like most Americans, you try to make smart financial decisions. Although you’re busy, you do the best you can to get good information to do the right thing so your financial future is secure. Despite that effort, chances are you, like many others, are heading deep up a creek without a [...]

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Your Family Bank

by Wes Bridel on September 25, 2009

in Stewardship

“An inheritance quickly gained at the beginning will not be blessed at the end.” (Proverbs 20:21)
What do you want to leave the future generations of your family after you’re gone?  What do you want to leave your children?  What do you want to leave your grandchildren?  Your great grandchildren?  Beyond?  Would you prefer to leave [...]

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Ben the Banker

by Wes Bridel on September 24, 2009

in Stewardship

The better he got to know James and his business, the more Ben realized that by making his whole life policy a foundational part of his financial stewardship, and utilizing it the way he had been, he was really functioning as a banker without all the mess of opening up an actual bank!
Ben was starting [...]

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How to Be Your Own Banker With Life Insurance

by Wes Bridel on September 23, 2009

in Stewardship

“Well then, you should have put my money on deposit with the bankers, so that when I returned I would have received it back with interest.
28″ ‘Take the talent from him and give it to the one who has the ten talents. 29For everyone who has will be given more, and he will have an [...]

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When Would You Like to Start Paying Taxes?

by Wes Bridel on August 25, 2009

in Stewardship

Let’s talk about real life for a minute.  Financial discussions can often devolve into philosophical numerical debates that really have no place in reality.  Do you want a good theory of how to have more money in your old age, or do you want to have more money in your old age?
Let’s ask the question [...]

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So Why do You Need Savings?

by Wes Bridel on July 31, 2009

in Stewardship

“In the house of the wise are stores of choice food and oil, but the foolish man devours all he has.” (Prov. 21:20)
What will you do if your car breaks down?  What if you lose your job?  Or are disabled and must wait a while before your insurance kicks in?  We could list any number [...]

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