Hey friend! Rachel Murphy here.

Hope you enjoyed the article in Samaritan’s April newsletter. I appreciate how Samaritan cares not only about our medical needs, but also wants to see us thrive in all areas of our lives. The entire Samaritan team have such a heart for others and do such a great job using their talents and gifts to help people fully live the life God intended.


Parenting is hard. We need all the help we can get. Many of us were not taught financial skills at all as young adults so we may feel inadequate about how we can teach our own kids. If they don’t learn from you, where will they learn? I hope that I gave you an idea of practical money moments in your life that you can use to teach your teen better money skills. If they can grasp these concepts now and make them habits, think of all the heartache they can avoid and what an advantage they will have for building a strong financial future.

I believe in you.  You’ve got this.

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