I want to state up front that I am not passing judgement or pushing an agenda. :) I remember one time I went to a Bible study. The teacher/preacher asked this question... "Is it wrong for a Christian to live in a million dollar home and own an airplane?" Back then a million dollar home was much more than what a million dollars will buy you today. Anyway, it was very interesting to hear the comments and discussion. Some said it was wrong because others in the world lived in the streets or in cardboard boxes. That they shouldn't spend that type of money on a home, etc. Others said it was not wrong as long as their heart was right. Still others thought that it depended on other things.
I have been hearing a lot about Christmas and Christmas shopping. This is for those of you who celebrate and give gifts to your families. How much money should be spent on each child and should it always be equal or should older children maybe have more spent on them? Is it wrong to go into debt to provide "a nice Christmas" for your children? There is NO right or wrong answer here. I just want to hear what you think. :) Are you brave enough to answer?