Hi there! We’ve been discussing our journey in and out of debt and important things we’ve learned along the way.In this video, we discuss the idea of good debt VS bad debt as seen in Scripture. We started our journey getting comfortable with financing things and the result was painful. We asked God to help us and He took us on a journey of transformation in our thinking, which continues to lead us to freedom.
We’d love to hear any of your success stories and things that may inspire others along the way!
I’m going to take a moment to laugh at myself: Based on my facial expressions in this video I think my coffee hadn’t kicked in! This was quite early in the morning… ahhh, just laugh with me.
As we navigate life with our spouse, do we hear their input as valuable? Or do tune them out like Charlie Brown’s teacher? I’ve sometimes gotten the glazed over look whilst thinking “Yes, but that’s how you think!” Join us as we explore how powerful valuing their God-given perspective can be!
The previous videos may help you connect some dots. You can watch them here.
When we intentionally seek godly input so we can align our thoughts to His, the transformation process begins!
Grab your coffee and join us for the next few minutes!
Hi There! Thanks for stopping by and having coffee time with us today! Coffee time is a special, guarded time Brad and I have carved out earrrrrrly in the mornings before our day gets away from us like a team of thundering horses. We wanted to share why and how we came to having Coffee Time. Maybe we can be that little voice you needed to remember that:
The quality of our relationships heavily influences the quality of our life, so we must intentionally connect and stay connected! God designed us to thrive when we are interdependent and have strong, healthy relationships.
PS: I’m not sure how this ended up being the first frame on the video… but it is hilarious! Ahhh… we live and learn.
Brad and our friend Derek record a great conversation I think is relevant to us all, no matter what our sphere of influence. Take a look at Part 1 if you missed it!
I love how they are defining the words “significance” vs “success”, and how relationships play into both! Good stuff!