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Celebrating Financial Freedom

THE Christian Personal Finance Blog

4.8
4.8 rating
5 Ratings

Website: https://www.cfinancialfreedom.com/

Year Launched: 2011

Popular Topics

  • Budgeting
  • Getting out of Debt
  • Investing
  • Real Estate Investing
  • Side Hustles

Overview

Celebrating Financial Freedom is a Christian personal finance blog focused on biblical financial concepts, getting out of debt, budgeting, investing, giving, making more money, and building wealth.

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Hobbies and Interests

  • Church
  • Cycling
  • Exercising
  • Music
  • Traveling
  • Working Out
  • Writing

Occupation

Self-Employed

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Great resources, simple, easy

4.0 rating
October 1, 2020

Dr Cabler has a wealth of knowledge from his own experiences and passion to help others in their finances from a biblical perspective. Great usable resources and he’s relatable too.

Loraine

Forever grateful

5.0 rating
October 1, 2020

with this Christian based financial trainings i learnt to spend less and save more and as a result am less stressed

Juliet

5.0 rating
September 29, 2020

Jason, as a financial coach, is down to earth, knowledgeable, and eager to help. He explains money content involving Christian principles which brings peace to my financial life.

Margret B

Wonderfully marvelous

5.0 rating
September 29, 2020

I love this site. I get so much fabulous information and positive vibes which mean so much right now.

SBCook

5.0 rating
September 29, 2020
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