Five Reasons Why Many Church Leaders Neglect Personal Finances: An Interview with Art Rainer

Episode #689
March 30, 2021
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1. They have not been trained to handle personal finances.

2. They don’t practice money milestones.

3. They are busy serving others.

4. They have an attitude of “It can wait.”

5. They don’t have an “emergency kit.”




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