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Marcos Perez, vice president of sales and marketing for Charisma House, has been promoted to executive vice president and publisher.
As Christians, we must invest our money in a way that honors God. Here's how to do that.
These methods could help you survive the coming financial collapse with your wallet intact.
Even if it doesn't happen, here's why many Christians are preparing for the worst this year, and what you should do, too.
Jay Peroni teaches several ways to handle your money wisely ... and stay out of financial trouble!
Peter Greer defied conventional wisdom and created a successful business from an idea that God gave him. Then he had a rude awakening that changed his definition of success.
Larry Tomczak has enjoyed 41 years of fruitful ministry and 37 years of fulfilling marriage. Find out his top 10 life lessons for living successfully.
Why more ministries are handing over operations to corporate leadersand why thats a good thing.
As Christians increasingly come under attack, how should we respond?
Like it or not, people are watching you, even when you're at work. Is your character pointing others to Jesus? Find out how easily it is to misrepresent Christ at work.
Joseph Mattera explains why key marketplace leaders who love the Lord have a hard time connecting to the local church.
In God's financial system the path to prosperity isn't dependent on government legislation. Here's what the Bible says about gaining wealth.
Don't let a bad economy hinder your giving to God. Here's how to expand your offering even in a "recession."
As congress meets this week to discuss how to avoid America's debt-induced "fiscal cliff," Christian respected economist Marc Nuttle shares how Christians may benefit from the imminent economic disaster.
With Hobby Lobby hitting headlines recently because of its lawsuit against the HHS mandate, Charisma wanted to share this article from 2005. It highlights Founder David Green, who believes God has blessed his business so he can share his money with others.
One of the greatest challenges youll ever face in the workplace is confronting someone who is sincere, but sincerely wrong. Check out some tips from Phil Cooke on how to deal with these difficult co-workers.