Retirement planning can be confusing and it can be difficult to know where to start.
When it comes to retirement planning the greatest challenge often is the wiring in our brains.READ MORE
Guard Your Heart
Pinkerton! What image does the name bring to mind? For many people the name Pinkerton is synonymous with security.READ MORE
Creating a sound sustainable financial life is having a plan and staying true to it. For most of us the foundation for meeting both short-term and long-term financial goals is a budget. Yes, a budget. But don't worry, budgets aren't scary and are pretty easy to create and track.READ MORE
Our congregation and others in our area are no longer growing. We seem to be in an era of change regarding the importance of “going to church”. Today, our church building that has housed many faithful members for decades has more space than we need for doing our ministry. How is Church Extension Fund adjusting to these challenging times?READ MORE
We have all heard the story. Mom or Dad have passed away but never took the time to make their thoughts known by writing a Will. But now you have to deal with the aftermath.READ MORE
Q. My husband and I have a very tight budget. What can we do to start saving for retirement when money is so tight?
A. When it comes to retirement savings, about 1 in 4 U.S. adults (26%) do not save any portion of their household’s annual income for retirement.READ MORE
What Makes People Willing To:
Remember the opening scene from the movie “Saving Private Ryan”? The movie recreates storming the Normandy beaches on D-day. What made those men leave the landing craft and push to the beaches through unending enemy machine gun fire? There was fear. There were those who may not have wanted to leave the relative safety of the boats. There was resolve, sense of duty and maybe love for their buddies. We see soldiers willing to jump on grenades, run back to pull others to safety or race headlong into harm’s way to accomplish the task.READ MORE