Join John Mathews as he experiences the jobs real people do, asking them about the stupid things they’ve done with their money, and what they learned. Some are serious learning experiences and some are just funny. You will wonder, "What were they thinking?"
After college, Doug worked as a CPA. How'd he end up owning a trucking company? He shares how his education as a CPA helps in his business, and how his ministry is now being the church treasurer.
Chris and Melissa downsized. Now they live in a home they call, “the happy place”. Living by set priorities will bring peace of mind. Find out what happened when they gave their hearts to Jesus.
Thy Living Way is a health retreat where you learn how to change an unhealthy lifestyle. But were its finances as healthy as its students? Find out what the owners did to turn things around.
Dick Hanson owns a custom parts manufacturing company. He shares his experience of how God found their present location. With Jesus as their CEO, he prays for a generous spirit.
Richard and Laurelee love motorcycles -- and sharing their love for Jesus with whomever will listen. “We just let them ask questions”. This episode is an inspiring journey of two people that love Jesus.
The average wedding costs over $25,000! How much should you spend? Here's how one couple decided.
With firewood to split and thirty fruit trees to care for, there is always work to be done at the Glessele hillside home. It requires careful planning to get quality fruit. In the same way, we should carefully consider our estate plans and wills.
Daniel Reed of Nova Home Works built his business the hard way, by going into debt. When he realized that was not the best way to operate, things began to change. Find out how he did it on today's episode.
Living Well is a store serving customers with Christian books, music, food, and gifts. Employees share the different ways they have spent money unwisely, and what they've learned.
Life can get us down. Tim shares how he was able to do a restart by becoming a hobbyist knife maker. Sometimes we have to reset our finances as well.
After becoming a Christian, Lawrence wanted to share healthy cooking with others. He demonstrates how to make his delicious version tofu fried chicken.
When you buy something, remember to consider the cost from every angle. Nesco shares principles that he uses when buying a car, and repairing things around the house.