On December 4, 2017 at 7:00pm, Josh Bryant will be hosting a free interactive webinar called Making the Family Budget. What does a budget have to do with the law? Great question! In short, a budget is a great risk management tool. A budget can help you manage financial struggles by "telling your money where to go instead of wondering where it went" (a famous Dave Ramsey-ism). Financial struggles can lead to all sorts of legal troubles: divorce, bankruptcy, foreclosure, eviction, repossession, wage garnishments, and more.
In the interactive Making the Family Budget Webinar, we'll discuss:
We'll conclude with a unique time of question and answer where you'll not only have an opportunity to ask questions, but provide encouragement and your own best practices to others in the group.
Normally, a webinar like this would cost $10 per household unless you signed up for one of our membership plans. The Online Access plan would give you a 20% discount, so it would only cost $8 per household. I'm giving this one to everyone for free as if you were an Attorney Access member. See all the benefits of the membership plans I have available and subscribe for one here.
Sign up for this free webinar by Josh Bryant called Making the Family Budget by clicking here. Don't forget to use Facebook to note your attendance as well.
Being accountable to someone isn't easy. It's hard enough to be open with another person about the sins you are trying to overcome, and for some reason, we don't like talking about our spiritual practices all that much either. By the time our accountability meeting rolls around, several things have happened. 1) We've forgotten when we messed up. 2) We've forgotten what we read in our Bibles when we read it. 3) We've forgotten to do things that we wanted to be held accountable to do. 4) We've haven't held one another accountable throughout the week, so we know we've forgotten to do something we were supposed to do. Technology can help solve these problems. Here are some awesome accountability apps. Not all of them are directly related to accountability, but they can help you stay accountable more effectively.
I'm sure there are a lot of other great accountability apps out there. Which ones are you using? Comment below and let me know.
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I follow Christ. I have a beautiful wife Megan and three wonderful children, Harrisen, Rebekah, and Carter. I have an M.Div. from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, am licensed to practice law in several state and federal courts, and live in Rogers, Arkansas. I write a blog and produce a podcast. And I do it all that others may know Christ.