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Examples of Succession Planning

Succession planning is critical for success. It is important in your personal, business, and ministry endeavours. You learned about the basics of succession planning and why it’s important last month. Today, let’s take a look at some more Biblical examples of this.

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Finances – Succession Planning

Did you know that the Bible is full of examples of succession planning? There’s so much you can learn for faithful stewardship in Scripture that can be applied to personal, business, and ministry endeavours.

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Unconventional Provision

d a time in your life where finances were extremely tight? Maybe you lived through a famine, couldn’t find work for a while, or had unexpected bills arrive in a short timeframe?

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Wisdom over Provision

This story intrigued me when I read it recently. The Lord was pleased that Solomon asked for discernment to administer justice, and gave him a wise and understanding heart. He didn’t ask for a long life, riches, or selfish gain. He wanted something useful that would help serve his people well. He looked outwards and gave a selfless request.

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What is 20% About?

Joseph used great wisdom while in seven years of prosperity in order to survive the seven years of famine. Let’s look at some tips we can apply from this story into our lives.

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Finances – A Personal Update

As we approached 2021, Michael and I began to ask the Lord what our next steps should be when we paid off the mortgage. We both felt for years that there was something significant on the other side of accomplishing this goal for Him.

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8 Inexpensive Christmas Traditions to Get Your Holidays Started

Who’s excited for Christmas this year?? I know I am! I can enjoy everything when I give myself more time to plan, rather than scrambling last minute to figure every event out. By doing this, it gives me greater room to be creative with meals and gifts, as well as reduce and/or spread out the expenses.  Plus, it helps extend the fun because I can think of things to do to make the holiday last rather than cramming everything into a few days.

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Faithful Father of Finances

What is your heart telling you about your finances? Are you fearful that you don’t have enough? Are you thinking that you’re good and don’t need any help? Let’s explore both of these thoughts today

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Life After Debt

It’s been a wonderful first summer debt free. It’s brought growth, planning, and fun. We’ve gotten into a groove with the new budget and figured out the things we want to put our extra dollars into for the rest of the year. There were many lessons we learned while paying off debt, but one in particular has prominently transferred into this time as well. It’s the lesson of delayed gratification.

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