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Are you tired of working hard just to get by? Learn how to slash the cost of nearly everything you need, without sacrificing joy or your quality of life! Offering specific strategies, resources, and motivation, our guest will help you keep more of your money every month by identifying budget-busters, avoiding fees, saving on bills, and more. Join us to learn how to get more for less.
The promise of a new baby always brings such joy and anticipation. But that joy can turn to sorrow when Mama hears the devastating news that something is wrong. Join us to hear the extraordinary true story of how one woman pressed on through her challenging pregnancy, a decision that shocked medical staff and her professional colleagues. Hear how she learned to defend the dignity and worth of her unborn child and how her child’s life taught our guest to love the vulnerable, treasure the unlovely, and face fear with dignity and hope.
Mary Hunt is the award-winning and bestselling author of more than 23 books, as well as a sought-after motivational speaker who helps men and women battle debt. She is founder and publisher of Debt-Proof Living, a highly regarded and popular consumer organization consisting of an interactive website, monthly newsletter and personal finance tools. Hunt’s books have sold more than one million copies, and her syndicated daily newspaper column is enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of Everyday Cheapskate readers nationwide. She speaks widely on consumer finance topics and has appeared on shows such as The Today Show, Oprah, Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Fox and Friends and Focus on the Family.
Sarah C. Williams trained as an historian at the University of Oxford, where she subsequently taught British and European political and cultural history. She is the daughter of popular British author Jennifer Rees Larcombe. After seventeen years at Oxford, in 2005 she moved with her family to Vancouver, Canada, where she taught history at Regent College. Today Williams continues her research, writing, and teaching. Williams is the author of Perfectly Human, a spiritual autobiography in which she reflects on contemporary debates surrounding identity and personhood.