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Chapter Heroes Living Generously – Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign

Meet the Chapter Members of Augustana Chapter located at the Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta in Camrose, AB who volunteer their time with global and local outreach initiatives.  Since 2011, the Augustana Chapter Members have been supporting the … Read More…

2017 Scholarship Winners

Meet your 2017 FaithLife Financial Scholarship Winners! FaithLife Financial is proud to support the following 15 students who are pursuing a higher education. Here is what two of the recipients had to say! Emily Saunders – Chatham, ON “Being involved … Read More…

Frequently Asked Questions: Wills & Power of Attorney

We update our social media status almost incessantly, yet making a Will lingers at the bottom of the To Do list. When it comes to protecting your family’s financial future, having a Will is actually as important as having a … Read More…

Member Story: Protect Against Setbacks With Critical Illness Insurance

Until it happens to you or someone you love, there is no way to completely understand an illness or a disability. I still tell people that I feel like I lived in a cave for 42 years until on December … Read More…

500th Reformation – Commemorating the Anniversary

Today marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation when Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses to the church door in Wittenberg on October 31st in 1517. For many, Martin Luther’s particular witness to the gospel of Christ … Read More…

Protect Against Setbacks with Disability Insurance

My wife and I were recently in the market for a new refrigerator. We decided we didn’t want anything fancy and after looking at various options, found the model we were looking for online. It could be delivered quickly and … Read More…

Thanks with Giving

FaithLife Financial’s Good Works initiatives give our sales force and our employees the opportunity to help with improving the quality of life in our local community by volunteering and giving generously. This Thanksgiving season, our Thanks with Giving campaign was … Read More…

The Boomerang Effect – Retirement After Kids Return Home

According to a recent TD survey, the boomerang effect is in full swing. In fact, almost 60 per cent of young adults ages 20 to 24 were living with their parents in 2011, according to the most recent census data, … Read More…

Back-To-School Financial Tips

According to the Huntington Bank Backpack Index, the cost of school supplies increased 88% from 2007 to 2016, and their recently released 2017 report anticipates increases of 1.0% for elementary and 4.6% for middle schoolers this coming school year. Even … Read More…

The Kids Are Gone… Now What?

There comes a day when nearly every parent becomes an empty nester. When the last child moves out or heads off to university, it marks a turning point in life. After decades of parenting, it can be difficult to let … Read More…