Is It Covered?

Daniel Crichlow – December 30, 2019

You just had a claim! That’s never fun, but hopefully, you purchased the right type and amount of insurance to cover the loss. One of the worst feelings, in my opinion, is waiting in the ‘unknown zone.’ You’re not sure of an answer that could help or hurt you and being forced to wait to […] Read More

Grandpa’s Christmas Insecurities

Tony Grahn – December 18, 2019

I’m not old enough to be a Grandpa, right? Certainly, my friends would agree, wouldn’t they? Nevertheless, I find myself already with two granddaughters and a grandson on the way. How thrilling! This brings great excitement, but can also bring insecurities. Insecurities over their future health, their faith in God, and the trials they’ll face […] Read More

How Our Lives Became Driven by Price

Daniel Crichlow – December 17, 2019

It is very interesting to me how we have seen a shift in culture over the past decades. Not all of this shift is bad though. It drives innovation, entrepreneurship, freedom in the market and helps to prevent monopolies. However, this shift has some consequences as well. It forces certain suppliers to cut on quality, […] Read More