A Catholic Guide to Spending Less and Living More: Advice from a Debt-Free Family of 16


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“It’s our financial responsibility as Christians to be good stewards of our money. Whatever the Lord wants you to do, you can do that when you have financial freedom.”

In scripture, God constantly assures us that he will provide for all our needs, but for many people, that promise can be hard to believe. You may be struggling under the burden of a mortgage or an unexpected medical bill. Or maybe you are starting out on your family’s financial journey and are frustrated that you don’t know the first thing about budgeting. Sam and Rob Fatzinger understand these anxieties and want to share that you don’t have to be a Warren Buffet to live well and free from these worries.

In A Catholic Guide to Spending Less and Living More, the Fatzingers share their hard-won wisdom and spiritual insights on how to adapt the financial advice of experts such as Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, and Brandon “Mad Fientist” Ganch to your life to help you overcome your financial struggles and thrive.

This Book Will Teach You How To Break Free of Debt Pay Off Big-Ticket Expenses Save for Long and Short Term Goals Achieve Happier Marriage and Family Life though Good Stewarship

Change Your Financial Mindset

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Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, Brandon Ganch, Mad Fientist, saving money, family budgeting, budgeting

Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, Brandon Ganch, Mad Fientist, saving money, family budgeting, budgeting

Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, Brandon Ganch, Mad Fientist, saving money, family budgeting, budgeting

Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, Brandon Ganch, Mad Fientist, saving money, family budgeting, budgeting

Dave Ramsey, Chris Hogan, Brandon Ganch, Mad Fientist, saving money, family budgeting, budgeting

Take Stock and Dream Big

Before you can make a plan, you have to figure out your family’s wants and needs. This mentality helps you discover your financial vision and goals, what is holding you back, and how to reconcile the two.

Become an Intentional Spender

Intentional spending means spending money according to your personal priorities and values. Once you can tell your money where to go and what to do, you can feel freer to make financial decisions that make sense for you and your family.

Practice Contentment

The temptations of consumerism depend on feelings of discontent and the belief that more will fix those feelings. By practicing gratitude and finding satisfaction in what you do have, you will not only be happier, but more financially free.

Be Generous

It seems counterintuitive when you are trying to spend less that you would be encouraged to give money away, but not only does generosity help your community, it can also reset your priorities and make you aware of the impact your stewardship can make on those around you.

Learn 4 Essential Financial Skills

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Budget for Life

While a Christian is called not to worry about the future, this does not mean they should not try to plan for it. These practical tips will help those who are either creating a budget for the first time or want to improve the one they already have.

Eliminate Debt

Debt is not only a burden on our minds, but it also makes it harder to be able to say yes to God’s will. Learn how to get out and stay out of debt, as well as how to distinguish the difference between unnecessary debt and intentional debt.

Save for What You Want

Being Christian does not mean being called to give everything we earn immediately away to those in need. Wealth can be a gift that God asks us to grow for a higher purposes. Discern your priorities and learn how to start saving for the things that matter.

Raise Independent Kids

It is a true blessing to be able to give your children the skills to make their own financial decisions so that they can avoid unnecessary stress later in life. Discover how to pass on these lessons and help your children grow into financially savvy adults.

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Publisher ‏ : ‎ Ave Maria Press (April 23, 2021)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 192 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1646800478
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1646800476
Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 8.5 ounces
Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.4 inches

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