25 October 2016
Wanna know about a poverty mindset? Join the discussion on The Marriage Talk Show!
When you look at poverty from the financial vantage point, it is defined as having an insufficient amount. Poverty is more about your state of mind instead of being about how much money you have. Ever heard of someone that won or inherited millions only to end up broke in a year or two? What about a child that grew up in very poor conditions and received college financial assistance which helped them to earn a career that changed the economic outcome for themselves and their children? Again, poverty is more about your state of mind and less about the amount of money you have. Whether it’s a situation of being unable to obtain the minimum amount of resources to properly sustain life or meet one’s self-defined standard of living, there are predictable beliefs, thought patterns and actions associated with individuals that live in a real or perceived state of poverty. I’m joining Ralph and Shelia Green as an in-studio guest on The Marriage Talk Show on Saturday October 29th 2016 and the poverty mindset will be the focus of our discussion. We’ll identify the characteristics of a poverty mindset and explain how this can lead to self-destructive financial behaviors. We’ll also detail biblical truths on the topic of poverty and the poor and share practical wisdom on how we all can ensure that we align to God’s word in this crucial area. You don’t want to miss this - it's gonna be rich! I’d love to have you join us by tuning in to The Marriage Talk Show Saturday October 29th from 9 AM – 11 AM on the Fishbowl Radio Network. Call in and join the discussion at 214-717-4678. We’d love to hear your thoughts or have you say hi to us on the air! The Marriage Talk Show is in the “Red” stream on the Fishbowl Radio Network. Click here to join us on Saturday October 29, 2016 at 9 AM CST. Talk to you then! Carolyn