Articles Tagged Money - ULC Blog

In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the CARES Act was estabilshed to provide financial relief to certain small businesses, non-profits, and churches.  But should churches turn down this assistance on principle?

Category: Politics Religion Political and Religious Controversy

Your wedding is meant to signify the beginning of your life together with your spouse. There is no shortage of advice, websites, magazines and television programs to tell you how you should get married. While these artic ...

Category: Weddings

Many people make ambitious resolutions each new year. Their follow-through may end up being less than optimal, though. If you have trouble reaching the goals you set, you may just need to reimagine them to benefit others ...

Category: Health and Wellness Holidays and Observances

A new year is a great time to evaluate your life and make new goals, but you don't have to wait until traditional resolution time rolls around to create changes. One of your ongoing goals may be to increase your ability ...

Category: Aid Morality

Most churches enjoy a tax-exempt status. With freedom comes responsibility, though. Maintaining transparency in church finances, particularly with members and regular contributors, is not just the right thing to do. It a ...

Category: Politics Religion

The buying and selling of goods and services ideally allows those who work to earn a livable wage that supports all their families' needs. This is not always the case, though. Supporting fair trade practices both individ ...

Category: Morality Religion

Weddings are often incredibly expensive affairs. While costs can vary depending on individual decisions, the average couple in the United States still spends over $30,000 on their big day. These expenses generally includ ...

Category: Ceremonies Weddings

Parents of children enrolled in extracurriculur activities know all about fundraising for school. But with quarantine during COVID-19, how can students fundraise responsibly while staying safe and healthy?

Category: School

Evangelical Pastor Tony Spell challenged Americans to donate their stimulus checks to evangelical groups instead of paying their bills, prompting many to accuse him of promoting a corrupt "prosperity gospel" message. 

Category: Aid Political and Religious Controversy

If you’re like many Americans today, you may feel pressed for time, money and space. You may find it difficult to make time or room for the things in life that really matter, such as family, friends and hobbies that yo ...

Category: Health and Wellness