Initiating the "second act" of life -- the retirement years -- should be carefully anticipated and thoroughly planned.
Retirement means shifting gears, remaining true to oneself and preparing to continue to improve oneself. Each retiree must find his or her own way.
Be sure to include your digital assets when doing estate planning. Planning now will enable those you love to enjoy those impossible-to-replace personal memories when you are no longer able to be here to do so.
While financial planning will help a person or family make ends meet and anticipate periodic large purchases like a car or a home, Stephen
As the nation's economic crisis seeps further into congregations, budget cuts are the order of the day. But are churches reacting more to fear than facts?
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent Being in debt is acceptable in today’s Western culture. But debt often creates stress, causes arguments and can lead to divorce or bankruptcy. At the least, it can stymie plans and create
Columbia - The Baptist General Convention of Missouri board initiated a strategic planning process, named H.K. Neely executive director emeritus and set its 2004 state missions offering goal June 4 at BGCM headquarters in Columbia. "I am excited about this organization," said Jim Hill, who