God and Money
- Narrated by: Sean Patrick Hopkins
- Length: 8 hrs
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 16-06-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Rose Publishing
Dive into the story and get equipped with the practical tools to:
Easily set budgets for spending
Wisely steward your money
Prepare and save for your future - home ownership, retirement, higher education, etc.
Know what the Bible says about money, tithing, and faith
Discern when to give and when not to give
Featuring lessons from the Bible, modern day case studies, and practical ways to apply biblical principles no matter what situation you're in, God and Money provides an incredible look into what the Bible says about:
Tithing and Christian giving
Wealth and stewardship
Faith and generosity
Love of money
And so much more!
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By Chris on 02-07-16
Most Practical Book on Money
I found this book to be extremely beneficial for me. The specific examples and dollar amounts the authors used, along with their emphasis on spiritual principles, make the question of "How much do I need to keep?" become a realistic and practical question to ask. The book has inspired me not only to examine my thoughts and practices on money, but also has given me a new joy and anticipation for future giving. This topic is one that is hard for pastors to address, as it seems self-interested, but I feel that God has new levels of satisfaction in Him in store for those that give Him full control of this area of our lives. If the movement needs to start from the business leaders, then I think John and Greg have us off to a strong start. I'm excited to see the change it produces in this generation and in our world. I highly recommend this book for everyone, as we all have to stewart well the resources God has blessed us with.
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By Robert L on 07-08-18
Cant tell if it is the narrator or content is poor
This book was really tough... I have been wrestling through many of these topics and was hoping to like this book. As much as the words sounded right, the narrator got in the way. His tone sometimes gave an arrogance about how the authors did things though I think the words in many cases were probably true and good. I really wish that the narrator didn't get in the way of this book for me... I dislike that there was a thought that our work and value we can deploy capital with is inferior to a not for profit. Those to are people just like us with sinful tendencies and ability to waste and be inefficient.