The Work Goes On

In 2013 Money for Two Workshops became an LLC. This journey started when a clergy colleague doing pre-marriage workshops asked me how to respond to financial questions. In her role as a clergy and social worker, she helped couples navigate through communication, compatibility, commitment, and healthy conflict. Finances were not part of her skillset. In […]

A Statement of Solidarity

Black Lives Matter!  George Floyd Matters! Then God said, “Let us make humankind in our image, according to our likeness, …”  Genesis 1:26ff Created in the image of God.  Created good. What are human beings that you are mindful of them, mortals that you care for them?  Yet you have made them a little lower […]

Finance Tips in Times of Stress

From my days leading Critical Incident Stress Debriefings (CISD) I learned that when we experience a traumatic event we probably won’t feel like our usual selves.  Our emotions feel out of control and we feel like we are losing it.  We need to know when this happens that we are having a normal reaction to […]

Emotions and Finances

Finances are an emotional thing.  Finances are considered a #1 cause of stress.  In combination, money and feelings, may get the better of us.  We spend because we are happy.  We spend because we are sad.  We may not have been thinking clearly.  After the spending event we realize we lived beyond our means.  We […]

Faith and Finance

In the beginning Money for Two Workshops was an idea in response to a need.  Finances have become a major source of stress for many people.  Couples in pre-marital counseling had financial questions.  These questions needed answers without the pressure of a sales pitch.  How do they even know if they need a financial product […]