Find your own path on the Wise With Money Journey.

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Being wise with money is a lifelong journey that’s uniquely yours. Discover the many ways we can guide you, so you can live a life of contentment, confidence and generosity.

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There are three things that can move you forward on this journey. We’re here to show you how to navigate each one:

Own your

Owning your story starts with embracing that everything is a gift from God—including money. And that we are called to be a wise steward of those gifts. This can cause tension as you consider your day-to-day choices. A way to manage that tension, and truly own your story, is by looking within and asking yourself, “What’s my enough?”

Practice wise financial habits

Strive to manage God’s gifts wisely by putting your values and plans into practical action. This can be anything from simple budgeting, to building insurance strategies, to saving, investing, retirement planning, an annual giving plan and more. The best place to start is answering the question, “Who or what is going to help me?”

Give of yourself

A key part of being wise with your gifts is sharing them. You don’t have to wait for your finances to be perfect to give of your time, talent and treasure. You always have something you can offer others. You can prepare to share generously by asking, “Who can I help?”

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