What is Your Story?
Recently I spent some time visiting the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, LA. As you enter, you are given a dog tag representing a veteran that you follow during your journey through the museum. At various points you get to hear their story in their own words. You can also hear the stories of many other servicemen and women throughout the war. It made the entire experience much more personal and engaging.READ MORE
Q. We have been hearing a lot about saving for college for our children and the Michigan College savings plan. Does Church Extension Fund offer a College Savings Plan?
A. Church Extension Fund has been helping families save for future education expenses for many years and saving for higher education has never been more important than now.READ MORE
Think back to the time you were preparing for the birth of your first child. You worked hard to prepare. New paint in the nursery and getting the equipment you knew would be needed soon. How excited you were to discover what this new little part of you looked like. Then the day came and that amazing feeling burst all over you as you gazed upon that new life. New hands. New feet. New eyes and a mouth. What a miracle you have seen with all the intricacies of the body interconnected and working together. All of them never used before but in need of love and care to teach them to work properly.READ MORE
Q: We are a young family. How do we start saving money? Thanks.
A: The place to start is to lift up these financial concerns in prayer and seek God’s guidance. Also, asking your parents and other relatives how they began saving when you they young. You are bound to find great wisdom in these family resources.
The Story of Love
February has long been celebrated as the month of love. Valentine’s Day and the story of the patron saint are shrouded in mystery
Our Congregation would like to share the mission and ministry of Church Extension Fund with the Millennials in our new member classes. Is it too early to have this conversation?
What information should we share?Understanding the Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000) is first. Millennials are the largest generation in the United States. Yes, even larger than Baby Boomers. Millennials formative years were shaped by 9/11, the war on terror, the Great Recession (most were in their mid-20’s) and all things Internet.READ MORE