In 1989, he formed the Advanced Product Group, one of three companies that merged to become Access Graphics.He became President and Chief Executive Officer of Access Graphics, a computer services company and a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin.In the financial world, there seems to be plenty of common ground between Christian advisors and those coming from a secular perspective.
Research shows us that money troubles and disagreements can be a major contributor to serious marital problems. You probably have heard him on the radio and he's the creator of , which is a nine-week program to help you get to financial health. No, you've gotta place your vote and then when the budget is done, we pinky swear and we spit shake and "This is a lock, Baby." We don't do anything except what's on the budget. Jim: I gotta admit, I think Dave really makes this fun.
So, today we thought we'd share some insight on money and relationships from one of the best, Mr. John: And the message we're about to hear is from the third week of that series, where Dave talks about two primary money personalities--the "nerds," who are very organized and the "free spirits," who just want to have fun. He's very entertaining and yet, he's getting some really solid ideas across, as well.
Some of you guys need to look up "non-sexual." (Laughter)End of Excerpt John: Well, now that's relationship advice and it's coming from a financial expert, but that intriguing combination is what we're featuring for you on today's "Focus on the Family" with Focus president and author, Jim Daly and I'm John Fuller.
Jim Daly: Hey, John, the past few years have been quite the financial roller coaster for most people and I would say especially for families and small business owners. We're hearing it from folks who are writing and talking to us about where they're at. I'm gonna go over and mess up your plan, though." (Laughter) And that's what free spirits do too often. And if we're going to do something different than what's on that budget, we have to come back and have an emergency budget committee meeting John: Well, with that, we've come to the end of today's portion of a message from Dave Ramsey on "Focus on the Family" and we'll hear more of his financial wit and wisdom next time.
and probably the best First Lady that we've ever had, his wife, Barbara. 3, free spirits, if you will work with your nerds on this, you will have the best quality relationship of any marriage you know. But free spirits, there's a phrase that you have been saying. You can never again say this phrase and you use it all the time. Sometimes you say things like, "Whatever you want to do, Honey." (Laughter) Wrong, "cop-out breath." (Laughter) You have to get in the game and place your vote. So, I don't know how that fits in, but opposites do attract. We hope today's program will spur some healthy financial discussions in your own family. And we'd recommend that you follow up by requesting Dave's book, .
And they were campaigning their way across Texas in one of the presidential campaigns. You will run into people everywhere who are in awe of the communication level in your marriage. It will bring a level of unity, a level of oneness to everything that you're doing. And you can do that right here from Focus on the Family.
John Bennett Ramsey (born December 7, 1943) is an American businessman, author, and father of homicide victim Jon Benét Ramsey, who was murdered in her Boulder, Colorado home on December 25, 1996.
He discovered 6-year-old Jon Benét's body in the cellar of the home just hours after her murder. Ramsey joined the Navy in 1966, served as a Civil Engineer Corps officer in the Philippines for 3 years, and in an Atlanta reserve unit for an additional 8 years.
If you want to contribute more, look for a 529 but make sure it's a plan that lets you choose the investment and leaves you in control at all times.