Single Parents’ budgets can be exploded by holidays, car repairs, layoffs, and delayed support checks. Nek’ka Migel suggests using resources like various thrift stores or church groups that give to families at holiday times. She found in her 16 years as a Single stay-at-mom that always tithing 10% and saving 10% helped with car repairs and family gatherings. To get more helpful ideas for single parents that meets quarterly for single parents,
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I want to share what I have learned and even bring in other leaders to share their insights. Some people have failed at business because they did not have the right tools, the right expectations, or the team to support and encourage them to hang in there and get through the rough patches until they see success. There are stages to just about everything. And God is interested in our success on earth.
I also want to encourage Parents in their walk with God which can to be a foundation for any successful relationship and business.