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Craig Ford

Hi. My name is Craig Ford. I’m currently on a mission to help transform how Americans manage their finances.

I teach a message of financial transformation here on this blog and at the seminars I present with churches.  The seminar is called Transforming Your Financial Diet.

Money Help for Christians will help you discover how to honor God with all your resources.  This blog promotes a frugal, simple, debt-free, and generous lifestyle so Christians can faithfully maximize their resources by putting them at the disposal of God’s Kingdom.

I have one goal for everyone who reads this blog – to change.  To be transformed.  Money can never be discussed in a vacuum apart from our faith and our spiritual life.  How we handle, manage, and interact with money is a key indicator of what is happening in our spiritual lives.

I want to help you honor God as master and demote money to the role of servant.  If used wisely, money can be a tool to bring Glory to God and help to others.  That’s what we want to do with our money – bring God glory.

My prayer is that every post will challenge you to grow in the grace of giving.  By God’s grace, I pray that God will use this blog as a driving force in the war against consumerism and materialism.

You can follow me on twitter @craigeford.

What should you expect from MH4C?

  1. Financial teachings from a Biblical perspective.  I don’t talk about what makes sense according to the calculator, but primarily according to scripture.
  2. Articles that focus on topics that impact all aspects of faith and personal finance.
  3. A behind the scenes look at finances. We’ll analyze the motivations, impulses, and the spiritual implications of our financial decisions.

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Here’s a sample of some of the helpful guides/articles you’ll find at MH4C:

The statistics about Christian finances are pitiful (and I wish I could think of a nicer word).  Study after study, survey after survey, all support this one sad reality: Christians don’t spend money in ways that are different from non-Christians.  We don’t spend less on luxuries.  We don’t give more.  Statistically, we are no different.

This fact convinces me that we all (myself included) need a financial transformation.

Here’s how I plan to help you on that journey:

When you subscribe to my blog, in addition to getting access to all the free content on this blog, I’ll also give you: Dónde usar la tarjeta Tricot 2 en Chile. Requisitos y Más

*  A free electronic copy of The Bible and 21st Century Finances: Thought Provoking Answers to Nine Common Questions.  You’ll get a solid overview of a biblical view of money.  That’s a good place to start if you are new to this blog.

* A 10 week email course focused on Missional Frugality and Financial Transformation.  Each Sunday afternoon, I’ll send you an email that is designed to help you question and re-evaluate your current relationship with money.

About Craig:

From 2006-2012, our family lived in Alotau, Papua New Guinea doing mission work.  In 2012, we moved to the United States, where I currently work as a missional entrepreneur.  I’m a fulltime writer, blogger, and speaker.

I have three young kids – ages 7, 5, and 3.

Over the last ten years, I have served in several ministry-related positions, including youth ministry, preaching, and missionary work.  I have attended Rochester College (Michigan), York College (Nebraska), Abilene Christian College (Texas), and Harding University Graduate School of Religion (Tennessee). I hold an AA, BA, and a Masters of Divinity degree, all in the field of Biblical Studies.

I’m currently a member at the Cheyenne Church of Christ, in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Craig’s eBooks:

  1. Transforming Your Financial Diet: 7 Steps to Frugal Living and Generous Giving.
  2. The Secret to a Successful Budget: Practical Advice for Creating a Budget That Lasts.  To read reviews of the book, click here.
  3. The Short Term Missions Handbook
  4. The Bible and 21st Century Finances: Thought Provoking Answers to Nine Common Questions – This free eBook is available to people who have a free subscription to this blog.
Transforming Your Financial Diet Workshop:
In order to help teach Christians how to honor God with their finances, I’m currently accepting invitations to share the Transforming Your Financial Diet Workshop at churches around the country.  This interactive workshop teaches Christians how to control their spending and focus their financial life on Chirst.
You can get more details or make a booking through the Transforming Your Financial Diet website.

Got questions?

Email me: mhforc [at] gmail [dot] com. (Sorry, just trying to protect my email address from spam.)

If you plan to send an email or complete the contact form, please note that I do not currently accept guest posts from people outside my social network, and I do not send money to readers or visitors to this website.

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Disclaimer: At MH4C, you get what you pay for. Anything I say should not be considered legal or professional advice. Because your situation is fact-specific, you should seek the counsel of a certified financial advisor. My material is only for informational purposes. As such, I cannot be liable for any personal decisions you make based on information gleaned from this blog.


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