This book is about responsible stewardship in every area of our lives. This book is about how we can extract principles from the folks who have "been there, done that" and made it to the record book. It's about the freedom that we can experience, the lives we can live and the joyous enthusiasm that we can spread as we apply God's economic principles in our life.
"In today's world, where women of color have made great economic strides forward," Hollies writes, "we don't have the cash reserves, land equity or stock portfolios to prove our self-worth in tangible ways. Yet, we are some of the most religious women in the world. So, something is wrong." Jesus spent a great deal of time speaking to his followers about money and property. Hollies feels that--like Jesus--this is an issue which women in general and women of color in particular, need to talk about and address in their personal lives. In Living Bountifully , she shares her lessons, strategies, and experiences of godly stewardship. Through the little known stories of Mahlah, Hoglah, Milcah, and other women, Hollies will show how we can live abundantly by applying God's economic principles to our lives.
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