Broadcast Date: March 8, 2018

When asked “How much money is enough money?”, John D. Rockefeller replied “Just a little bit more.”  Compare this to the Apostle Paul who said in Philippians 4:11 that he had “learned to be content whatever the circumstances.”

We all have a legitimate need for money.  But, what do you do when that need grows into something bigger than God intended (Matthew 6:24, 1 Timothy 6:10)?  Today, Dr. Randy has practical advice to help you find freedom AND become intentional with your finances.

Dr. Randy would love to know how YOU would answer the questions asked of Rockefeller.  How much money would be enough money for you?

You can talk to Dr. Randy at 1-888-888-1717, on Facebook, or on Twitter.


Your NEXT RIGHT ONE THING:  What one thing can you work on for the next 30 days to become more intentional with your finances?  Check out Dr. Randy’s InTENtionals for Family Finances.


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