Living a Balanced Financial Life: Following God Christian Living Bible Study
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As readers gain an understanding of how to handle money and possesions God's way, they come to realize the awesome riches that are already theirs in Christ Jesus. Some of the topics addressed are borrowing and credit, saving and planning, stewardship, faithfulness, helpful virtues for keeping debt at bay, and being content with God's provision.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: AMG Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Following God
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Why do some people go through life with essentially few money worries, while others have endless financial struggles? How do God's commands protect us from indebtedness and lead us to a life of success? Is God's Word relevant to how I use my resources and spend my money? How can being faithful to God help me become a better money manager?
In LIVING A BALANCED FINANCIAL LIFE, author Deborah Nayrocker provides answers to these questions and many others.
Each lesson of this twelve-week interactive Following God study looks at financial stewardship from a biblical perspective, as the reader studies the parables of Jesus, stories of the Old and New testament, and Scriptures passages relating to each topic.
Throughout the study, readers will gain an understanding of biblical principles on handling money and possessions, including borrowing and saving and working on a debt repayment plan. The final lesson focus on recognizing the awesome riches that are already ours as believers in Christ.
DEBORAH NAYROCKER is the author of the award-winning book, The Art of Debt-Free Living: Living Large on Less Than You Earn. A graduate of Bethel College in Indiana, Deborah also holds a master's degree in education from Indiana University, and writes from the perspective of having little or no debt for years. Her articles on personal finance, Christian living, and personal goal attainment have been published in Campus Life, Vista, More to Life, Living the Solution, and other publications. She and her husband make their home in northern Indiana, and they have two adult children.
Debbie Sibert5 Stars Out Of 5August 2, 2007Debbie SibertI rated it 4.5 because I'm not a writer and figure that it probably isn't perfect but from my perspective, I thought it was great!I thoroughly enjoyed "Living a Balanced Financial Life".It shows the wisdom of God's Word and how it brings blessing to a person's life. I appreciated the personal application at the end of each chapter. There was a lot of practical and educational information that can help people with their finances. Some of those are the guideline for establishing a workable budget, how to use a credit card wisely and also the dangers of using a credit card. I would highly recommend this book which is in a workbook format. It would be great to use individually or in a group setting.