Nourishing Stewardship

Thrift Store Haul! Upcycling Fabrics and Summer Baby Finds

Thrifting has got to be one of my favorite ways to save money and support sustainable living. Besides the obvious benefit of saving a ton of money on clothes and household items I already need, – especially with constantly growing kids – thrifting for my family is actually a great way to benefit my community…

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Ditching Health Insurance – Part Three: The Entrepreneur’s Cost Analysis

In my previous post, I addressed the cost differences between a Christian health sharing plan and an employer sponsored health insurance program. However, most people considering the switch to health sharing don’t have reasonably priced employer sponsored health insurances available to them. And many are fellow entrepreneurs or self-employed folks looking to sponsor their own…

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Ditching Health Insurance – Part Two: The Cost

Now that we’ve covered some of the basics regarding Christian health sharing, it’s time to address the elephant in the room: What the heck does this thing cost? The idea of not having health insurance is admittedly scary. Health care is expensive. BUT… Corporate health insurance plans are not the only way to affordably cover…

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Ditching Health Insurance – Part One: The Basics

When I made the decision to quit my job earlier this year, one of the major questions was “what will we do for health insurance?”. Josh’s employer offered a plan to keep the government off its back, but the premiums were so high it basically negated one of our incomes entirely. Instead of shopping the…