A. I am all for it! Some might argue that it doesn't make financial sense, but I have seen generous giving while being in debt become a secret key that unlocks an even greater place of provision in a person’s life. Remember that this isn't just a financial journey, but it is also a faith journey. Sometimes God will invite us to give generously while we are getting out of debt, but He also has a great plan for provision on the backside of it.
The key is that this should all be done in the context of community and wise counsel.
But instead of just cutting giving first, why not start by cutting other expenses like cable, eating out, cell phone, landline, faster than needed internet, etc.
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