When Pastor David Terhune challenged me on June 7, 1997 with a marriage vow to my bride, I responded with, “I do.”
It wasn’t “Maybe” or “Unless.” It was simply, “I do.”
This commitment changed my life forever. It has led to more than 16 years of marriage, three wonderful children, and a life partnership I only dreamed of having.
What would it look like if we made a similar commitment to manage our finances in an honorable and upright manner?
Do you promise to give and to save and to invest? Will you commit to provide for your family to the absolute best of your ability? To forsake destructive debt and get-rich-quick schemes? To commit to teach your children the joys of frugality, strong money skills, and the power of compound interest? To work together on all major money decisions? To promise to be honest in all of your financial dealings? As long as you both shall live?
It could change your financial life forever.