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  • 2 Steps To Quit Worrying About Money
    Worrying about money is an epidemic. But worrying changes nothing. In fact, it is sin. Jesus tells us In Matthew 6 not to worry about anything. But Americans are REALLY stressed over their bank accounts! In fact, a new study from CreditCards.com reveals that 65% are losing sleep because of their financial state. The most common stressor is the cost of healthcare or insurance bil...
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  • 11 Tips to Nail Your Next Interview
    Looking for a new job? Working as unto the Lord includes preparing for an interview. Viewing work as an opportunity to glorify Him should motivate us to prepare well for an interview in the hopes of being remembered at hiring time.  Consider these tips for making a great impression at your first interview.
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  • Collecting Debts From Friends
    Originally posted on the Christian Post on June 2 To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity. Dear Chuck, About 9 years ago I loaned an acquaintance I met at church a substantial amount of money, with documents signed to ensure repayment. The time for r...
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  • Becoming a Great Leader
    Want to know how to be a better leader in your company? Start with serving. Jesus, the greatest example of servant leadership taught “Whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” The Apostle Paul told the Phi...
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  • 4 Things to Consider When Finding Your Dream Job
    Are you looking for your dream job? Dr. Ben Carson says, “Through hard work, perseverance and a faith in God, you can live your dreams.” A career is a good fit when your skills, interests, and personality find alignment. But you also need to align your values with a company’s culture where you hope to be hired.
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  • 5 Ways to Like Your Job More
    Are you satisfied in your job?  Many people lack contentment at their place of work. Other than major problems, it’s possible they’re focusing on what the job does not offer rather than the good it gives. I’ve got 5 tips from Joseph Rhea at the Gospel Coalition to help put the joy back in your job. Give thanks for the job you have.
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  • What Employers Really Look For
    If you’re in the job market, do you know what employers really want? An interview is often the deciding factor for employers. In fact, once a person lands a job interview, they need to know what employers are really seeking. Liz Ryan, at Forbes, says that these include qualities in new hires not listed in the job ad.  So, what do employers want?
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  • Does God Want You To Be Rich?
    Originally posted on the Christian Post on May 26 To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity. Dear Chuck, I find the conflicting messages among well known preachers and financial experts confusing when it comes to whether I should expect to do well fin...
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  • The Best Way to Prepare Your Kids For the Workforce
    How do you prepare your children for the workforce? Beyond a good resume, respect for authority, and an outstanding work ethic, the most important thing a young adult needs when entering the workforce is a commitment to Jesus Christ. If your child has a personal relationship and commitment to Christ, they’ll automatically take other key values to their job.
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  • When Getting Fired Is A "God" Thing
    Could being laid off from your job actually be….a good thing? And maybe even a God thing?  As difficult as losing your job is, a layoff could be God’s method of launching you into a better position. The key is to be prepared! Proverbs 22:3 says, “The prudent sees danger and hides himself, but the simple go on and suffer for it.” If you see a layoff on the horizon, there are st...
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  • 4 Career Lessons If You Hate Your Job
    Unfortunately, most people don’t love their jobs. We tend to live for the weekends and just try to get by Monday - Friday. It makes me so sad to know that most of our country dreads getting out of bed Monday mornings because God gave us work as a blessing. The biggest career lesson I could offer anyone seeking job satisfaction is to seek God first. As Proverbs tells us, “Trust in ...
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  • Writing a Great Resume
    Do you dread writing or updating your resume? Most professional positions require applicants to submit a resume along with a cover letter. It must clearly communicate the value you offer a future employer and in a competitive market, and it must stand out from others.   But be careful to not turn it into a historical document of your life.
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  • The Importance of Internships
    One of the best ways for students to gain skills, experience, and a network of professionals is to take on an internship. Now, not all of these are paid, but even if there is not compensation, the experience and connections could be well worth it. It may be the only time working for free is a good idea!  They vary widely and college credit can sometimes be earned. For students s...
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  • How Important Is Your College Degree?
    A degree is simply the springboard of steps toward a career that ultimately glorifies God. Settling into a career  is often a journey, not the direct result of a particular major. One job leads to another and God opens doors. Bob Dickie, Crown’s President and author of Love Your Work, explains that, “We don’t have time to waste wandering down endless paths in search of our calli...
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  • Avoiding Student Debt
    I have four sons who have all attended, or are attending, college. Higher education is expensive!! College may not be for everyone. But unfortunately, most Americans have taken on debt to pay for school and you may be one of those with outstanding loans. In 2016, the average student graduated owing more than $37,000. This kind of burden is not the way you want to start your career...
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  • Learning From Failure
    Have you ever failed? I mean, really failed? You know, that sickening feeling when you realize you’ve missed the mark, made a huge mistake, or gone just a little too far? No wonder it’s one of our greatest fears. I've certainly failed. My biggest financial failure was becomming successful in the eyes of the world and a failure as a steward of what God had given me. I got so dist...
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  • 9 Things You Shouldn't Say at Work
    Originally posted on the Christian Post on May 12 To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity.   Dear Chuck, I’m new to my job and learning to navigate the office politics. I get that you can’t talk to a boss disrespectfully, but I can see that there is...
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  • Working With Your Spouse
    The late Larry Burkett, Crown’s founder, believed that an excellent wife, as described in Proverbs 31, should be her husband’s primary earthly counselor. The same is true for a husband - as the spiritual leader, he should be the first to advise his wife. Spouses should be primary earthly counselors for one another. Larry observed that in a family business, the one spouse can be ei...
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  • Do You Like Your Job?
    The ancient philosopher Aristotle said “Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.” When we enjoy our work we tend do it better than the one who does not. Great satisfaction is found when our gifts and talents are put into action. If our purpose on earth is to serve God by glorifying Him in all that we do, then our vocation is a platform for that purpose. In fact, we hav...
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  • Honesty in the Workplace
    Canadian businessman and politician, Stanley J. Randall, said, "The closest to perfection a person ever comes is when he fills out a job application form." Have you ever been tempted to exaggerate your credentials when completing a job application or updating a resume? Desperate people will often lie in a competitive employment market. Some falsify education history or work expe...
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  • Building a Reputation that Lasts
    Are you full of good intentions but never make headway? Henry Ford said, "You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.” Our careers are highly dependent on the reputations we build...and our reputations are established by our priorities. For a Christian, those priorities must be established outside of what the world calls success. Christ warned that a man could gain ...
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  • 3 Ways Pride is Killing Your Budget (and How to Stop It)
    Andrew Murray said, “Pride must die in you, or nothing of heaven can live in you.” Pride is a spiritual stronghold; a tool of the enemy used to set itself up against the knowledge of God. It controls, it entangles, and renders believers ineffective in their witness. Beth Moore addressed it in her book, Praying God’s Word. She personifies pride as someone who cheats you of your ...
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  • 4 Retirement Mistakes to Avoid
    Originally posted on the Christian Post on May 5 To learn Biblical answers to your financial questions, you can #AskChuck @AskCrown your questions by clicking here. Questions used may be lightly edited for length or clarity. Dear Chuck, My wife and I have a 401(k) savings plan, and we are thinking of pulling out some of the money for home improvements. Our house is one of our major ...
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  • Resisting Temptation
    Paul taught Timothy that those who want to get rich fall into temptation and snares. Paul knew the heart of man. Like the world, Christians rationalize indulgence. Our affluence has distorted our priorities and we compromise truth in the deception of self-fulfillment. Paul told the Corinthians “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithf...
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  • Why Stewardship Requires Humility
    In Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis said, “Pride gets no pleasure out of having something, only out of having more of it than the next man... It is the comparison that makes you proud: the pleasure of being above the rest.” What convicting truth! Pride is one of the deadly sins and it's no question as to why. Stewardship requires humility. All the negative implications of living with...
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  • The Truth About Retirement
    Retirement provision is something that confuses many Christians. The “rules” about retirement have changed over the years and many Americans are realizing they didn’t save enough to maintain the lifestyle they pictured. Almost a quarter of all retirees are worried that their savings will run out and not saving for retirement soon enough is the number one financial regret of all A...
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  • Becoming a Cheerful Giver
    Randy Alcorn says, “Gaze upon Christ long enough, and you’ll become more of a giver. Give long enough, and you’ll become more like Christ.” God’s Word describes the tithe as a testimony to God’s ownership. Our tithe is the seed we plant in God’s garden. He takes it and multiplies it. The amount of the tithe is not important to God; He owns it all. But the amount IS important to...

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