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09-24-21 Exploring Cryptocurrency with Bold Kere, Part II

Dave and Reb again welcome Ottawa financial advisor Bold Kere of Bold Care Financial to today's episode of "Let's Talk Money", as they continue their discussion about Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and how to navigate this new world of financial digital investing, especially as Christians. Today's show is the second of two parts where they define and explain this new form of currency in the digital world. Today's show is sponsored by Financial Discipleship Canada and notmine.ca: a place to find resources and conversation about serving and loving God with our finances. To learn more about financial discipleship go to notmine.ca. To learn more about financial fitness seminars and financial accountability, call More Than Enough Financial at 613-520-4157. To contact Bold Kere go to boldcare.ca.

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09-17-21 Exploring Cryptocurrency with Bold Kere, Part I

Dave and Reb welcome Ottawa financial advisor Bold Kere of Bold Care Financial to today's episode of "Let's Talk Money", as they uncover the sometimes difficult and mysterious topic of cryptocurrency. Today's show is the first of two parts where they define and explain this new form of currency in the digital world. Today's show is sponsored by Financial Discipleship Canada and notmine.ca: a place to find resources and conversation about serving and loving God with our finances. To learn more about financial discipleship go to notmine.ca. To learn more about financial fitness seminars and financial accountability, call More Than Enough Financial at 613-520-4157. To contact today's guest Bold Kere go to boldcare.ca.

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09-10-21 Banking on the Future

Dave and Reb welcome Rev. Ray Borg from Financial Discipleship Canada to their discussion today about "Banking on the Future". As Canadians navigate the global pandemic, we continue to borrow from tomorrow, to spend money we don't have today. Some people count on future inheritance, wage increases, or expected bonuses, and spend them before actually seeing the money in their bank accounts. This can cause trouble if the money doesn't actually come the way we thought. Listen to their thoughts and ideas, as they navigate the spiritual and practical connotations of banking on tomorrow. Today's show is sponsored by Financial Discipleship Canada and notmine.ca: a place to find resources and conversation about serving and loving God with our finances. To learn more about financial discipleship go to notmine.ca. To learn more about financial fitness seminars and financial accountability, call More Than Enough Financial at 613-520-4157.

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09-03-21 Budget Busters

"Let's Talk Money with Dave and Reb" tackles the subject of "Budget Busters" on today's podcast. After talking with their financial coaching team, Dave and Reb gathered a great number of budget busters that can derail our financial journeys, like lack of planning, not sticking to a plan, and "unexpected" spending without an emergency cushion. Listen in to find out what you need in your day-to-day spending. Today's show is sponsored by Financial Discipleship Canada and notmine.ca: a place to find resources and conversation about serving and loving God with our finances. To learn more about financial discipleship go to notmine.ca. To learn more about financial fitness seminars and financial accountability, call More Than Enough Financial at 613-520-4157.

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08-27-21 Back to School

On today’s “Let’s Talk Money,” Dave and Reb have their annual end-of-August conversation about preparing for back-to-school spending. In light of the global pandemic, they realize that this isn’t a “typical” financial year for families, but foundational principles for wise saving and spending still remain. Dave reminds us to “plan what we spend and spend what we plan,” and also to pay attention to the needs of others around us. The simple kindergarten lesson of sharing what we have is just as important for adults as it is for children. Tune in and listen to this show sponsored by More Than Enough Financial, a financial coaching company encouraging people to walk in hope and freedom with God in their finances. Go to morethanenough.ca for more information. You can also discover how to share what you have by becoming a gospel patron, by going to gospelpatrons.org.

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