Tax day is Tuesday, April 17th this year so it’s coming up quick! Suppose you’re getting a refund but you aren’t ready to file right now. Help is here! Mansa Musa from MoneySmartLife.org has some tips to help us prepare for uncle Sam.
I’m on a quest to highlight independent/gospel doing great things and today it’s Aaron and Tamar Chipp from Modern Day Cure.
Modern Day Cure is a worship band led by Aaron and Tamar Chipp. Based in Nashville, TN the married ministry-duo’s heart is to exalt Jesus, share His truth, and see people changed by His power. Their name is inspired by Hebrews 13:8, which states, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.” This truth makes Him the modern-day cure. They believe Jesus is the answer the world needs today.
Originally from Michigan, with two EPs and a full-length album behind them, they have now just released their new single CONFIDENT in anticipation of their 2018 EP release. Since 2012, Modern Day Cure has had the privilege to share the stage with the Newsboys, Sanctus Real, and Francesca Battistelli among many other Christian artists.
The single “Confident” from the scripture in Psalm 27:13 where David says, “I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the LORD in the land of the living.”
Modern Day Cure also say it “came of trusting God in a season of transition and uncertainty. During our move from Michigan to Nashville, we didn’t have all the answers, but we knew God was leading us into a new place and would direct our steps. We believe his word, and that’s why we have confidence.” (Source: moderndaycure.com)
Chancellor Searcy found himself in the midst of a 365-Day quest to bring souls to Christ and he was obedient. Out of his obedience came the call to write about his journey. Today, Chancellor how difficult it is for people who want to hang on to the things of this world and still try and serve God.
“No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money..
Do you get excited when you see big savings? What about “buy now, pay later deals?” You’re not alone; but these “bargains” can cause debt issues before you know it. So today, Mansa Musa from MoneySmartLife.org has some strategies that will cause you a little pain now so you don’t have a bigger pain in your pockets later.