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Do You Serve The Master, Or MasterCard?

Part of the documentary, In Debt We Trust

In the beginning of this video, a church in Norfolk, Virginia takes donations from it’s church members to help one member liquidate all of their debts. Then the person is told to cut up his/her credit cards! Sounds like a good plan? Sure! Maybe all churches should implement this plan.

It’s interesting to note that this documentary actually came out in 2006. I think many experts had been predicting that the credit/debt bubble was going to eventually burst.

And now? Here we are!



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Carlos Rull is a musician living in the San Diego area. His interests include Yoga, Eastern Philosophy, Zen Buddhism, and Gardening. He plays drums, piano, and composes New Age & Ambient music, and his albums are available on iTunes and Amazon.com.

4 COMMENTS
  1. G

    Lucky person–having other people pay their debt. I still believe that people should not spend more than what they earn. 😉

  2. G

    Lucky person–having other people pay their debt. I still believe that people should not spend more than what they earn. 😉

  3. randomguru

    Hi G! That’s a good rule to live by. I admit when I was younger that I had succumbed to credit cards. But, finally came to my senses to not spend more than I earn and live frugally.

    Today I don’t have any credit cards. I just use an ATM/Debit card.

  4. randomguru

    Hi G! That’s a good rule to live by. I admit when I was younger that I had succumbed to credit cards. But, finally came to my senses to not spend more than I earn and live frugally.

    Today I don’t have any credit cards. I just use an ATM/Debit card.

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