We are at a unique time in American history and our personal history when we need real help, real hope, and real answers for the day to day realities we're facing. We live in a financial and work world that is experiencing rapid and unprecedented changes.
It is as if Americans have spent years building their financial houses that were like sand castles on the beach. For a long time many of our sand castles looked beautiful and kept getting bigger in the sunshine of the day. But now strong ocean tides and ground-shaking tremors beyond our personal control are beginning to move in and our sand castles are beginning to crack and their very existence is being threatened.
This book was written to help you "consider your ways" and to consider God's Word. Explore the idea of experiencing God as your provider, begin to build your finances and life on the solid Rock of God's Word, and learn to become a generous person. This book is filled with Scriptures that will instruct and true stories that will inspire. This is not a money management book, but rather it is a book that will help you manage your life under leadership of Christ.
Brian Kluth is a bestselling financial author, speaker, media guest, and pastor. His 40 Day Journey to a More Generous Life Bible devotional has 500,000 copies in print and is being translated into over 40 foreign languages. Kluth's www.GiveWithJoy.org radio stories and eDevotionals are shared with radio listeners on over 200 stations nationwide. He has been a popular guest speaker for churches and conferences, including NRB, GMA, ECFA, CLA, and Moody Pastors' Conference. He founded the www.MAXIMUMgenerosity.org website and eNewsletter that is sent to over 12,000 pastors and leaders in over 150 countries. He has had media interviews with major magazines, newspapers, and media outlets, including NBC-TV, CBN-TV, Kiplinger's Money magazine, Money Matters, Christianity Today, Chronicle of Philanthropy, and radio programs across the country. Brian lives with his three teenagers in Colorado Springs, CO.