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So many additional changes have been piled atop our existing anxieties over the spreading virus. These include economical changes and the reality of lost wages or reduced wages for many. Combined with the pressure on many single-parent and now homeschool parents, circumstances can seem dire for many.

But remember, God did not give us a spirit of fear but of power and love and self-control. (2 Timothy 1:7)  Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed for the Lord is with you.  (Joshua 1:9)

Courage does not make the fearful circumstances change. It changes your heart and mind towards those circumstances and enables you to remain emotionally calm, level-headed and action oriented. We want to help you apply this courage to your finances.

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Financial Tips

Pray for God’s wisdom and His will and plan for your life and your families.
Use the Crisis Budget Guide below to create a revised budget.
Establish an emergency fund to meet needs and fixed costs (mortgage, electricity, food, etc.) for 3 to 6 months.
Commit to no new debt.
Identify basic needs, understanding the difference between needs, wants, and desires. 
Give generously of your time, talents and gifts. 

5 Steps to Building a Crisis Budget


Step 1 
Determine Your Family’s Current Monthly Income Level

Step 2
Commit to live on new adjusted monthly income and incur no new debt

Step 3
Prioritize essential needs and stop discretionary spending

Step 4
Delay nonessential expenses

Step 5
Analyze monthly subscriptions