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Pastor Barry Minkow Going Back To Prison?

In this episode Jim discusses the sad story of Pastor Barry Minkow and the charges of insider trading he now faces. Also, Senator Charles Schumer caught on tape making the nation's financial crisis a political football. Jim answers listener e mails on how to invest in gold and whether to use retirement funds to pay off a mortgage. Hosted By James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief of www.ChristianMoney.com The show is live on Fridays from Noon to 1 pm Eastern www.jimparislive.com Download From iTunes Helping you make the most of God’s money! James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com Follow Me on Twitter Twitter.com/jameslparis... Read more →


What 18 Million Vacant Homes Mean To You

If you are a homeowner, you may see no downside to 3 or 4 empty houses on your street. Your neighbor lost their home to foreclosure, the bank now owns it, it will clear itself up over time. What difference does that make to you, right? Well, empty houses represent far more than simply neighborhood blight and can translate into real financial losses. I read a news story this week that was rather startling. 13 percent of the homes in America are currently vacant. Think about that for a moment. That means about 1 of every 7 homes is empty.... Read more →


Would Christians Support Donald Trump For President?

In this episode, James Paris discusses how Christians might view a Donald Trump candidacy for President. $2,000 houses in Detroit. An earthquake in Florida? VP Biden and why he may be calling for the impeachment of President Obama. Live calls. Hosted By James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief of www.ChristianMoney.com The show is live on Fridays from Noon to 1 pm Eastern www.jimparislive.com Download From iTunes Helping you make the most of God’s money! James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com Follow Me on Twitter Twitter.com/jameslparis Christian Financial Advice Jim Paris 24 Hour Radio Read more →


MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell Says The Biblical Book Of Revelation is Fiction

In this episode Jim discusses Donald Trump's comments about President Obama's birth certificate. Is Trump a birther? Also, Lawrence O'Donnell's statement that the Book of Revelation is a book of fiction. Bob Yetman discusses investing in gold and silver. Live calls. Hosted By James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief of www.ChristianMoney.com The show is live on Fridays from Noon to 1 pm Eastern www.jimparislive.com Download From iTunes Helping you make the most of God’s money! James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com Follow Me on Twitter Twitter.com/jameslparis Christian Financial Advice Jim Paris 24 Hour Radio Read more →


Silver, The Most Precious Metal?

Most people think of gold when considering an investment in precious metals. Silver is many times called 'poor man's gold.' In recent months, however, gold is taking a backseat to silver. Let’s examine some of the reasons. It Takes Less Money To Buy An Ounce Of Silver The cost of an ounce of silver today is just $34. This makes purchasing silver more affordable to the average person. Compare that to $1,400 to buy just one ounce of gold. Silver Is Superior As A Means Of Barter Many people that are purchasing precious metals today are doing so as insurance... Read more →


If You’re in Your 20s, Your Unemployment Rate is Higher Than Others! What’s That About?

Guest Post By Business Coach Glory Borgeson Did you know that people in their 20's have a higher unemployment rate than the rest of the population at large? In the U.S, the Bureau of Labor's unemployment statistics state just that. When referring to the "general population," we mean people who are between the ages of 20 and 65, the unemployment rate we hear in the news relates to that entire group of people. (In fact, the actual unemployment rate is typically 1% to 2% higher than reported because many people either haven't reported yet or have gone beyond the 6... Read more →


Keeping Up With All Of Those Daily Deals

My wife and I love coupons. I am constantly on the prowl for discounts and love the new wave of online coupon sites like Groupon, Living Social, and the like. I have honestly become a bit overwhelmed though trying to sift through all of the discounts and deals that are filling up my e mail inbox. The solution is a site called The Deal Map which aggregates deals and discounts from all of the leading sites and even maps them out for you! There is also a Deal Map app for iPhone users, which is very handy if you need... Read more →


It Is Time To Cancel Cable Yet?

In this tough economy, I am sure I am not the only one trying to figure out how to cut monthly expenses. One item that has been on my radar screen for a while is the cost of cable TV. With all of the new gadgets, such as Apple TV and the like, I continue to hold out hope for lower monthly fees on cable TV. For now, I have recently switched to Dish TV and have opted for their lowest channel package. This is saving me about $20 per month from what I was paying for cable. Unlimited TV... Read more →