With debt being such an easy thing to aquire, what kind of situations would prompt us to loan money to others? We don't want loans to be burdensome later, so how do we help our brothers and sisters in Christ without strings attached? Brad Graber says, "Relationships are more important than money, every time." Not expecting financial return is the key to loaning to friends and family. If we look at a transaction as gift, we can preserve thier dignity, and takes pressure off the borrower/lender relationship.
Brad is the creator of the Investing in Truth, a ministry designed to provide Biblical guidance on the topics of finance, investing, planning and stewardship.
Brad also has a heart for those who have never found their financial direction. As a result, he invests his free time mentoring and educating individuals on ways to be better stewards of their resources. Brad has co-authored a complete financial mentoring process called, “Financial Boot Camp” and has been teaching this program and mentoring couples since 2009.
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