When you're a student starting to make your way in the world, these are two things you never seem to have enough of--time and money. You could use some practical advice and guidance to help you on your way. The "Wisdom On" Series is designed for students and takes Biblical wisdom from the Scriptures and intersperses them with case studies of real people so you can see these principles lived out. Let the Bible guide you as you move forward.
ISBN-13: 9780310864837 UPC: 025986864835 Availability: In Stock Series:invert
There never seems to be enough time or money for what we want to do. Sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to manage our schedules---between school, work, sports, friends, and our family. And keeping track of our money---and using it wisely---can be just as challenging. It may not be something you think of very often, but whenever you hit a time or money crunch, a little wisdom could help. Inside the pages of this book, you'll find biblical principles and practical tips to help you manage your resources better. You'll even be challenged to try a few 'projects' that can show you how wisdom can help you stay on top of your time and your money. As you read Wisdom on Time and Money, you'll: * discover what the Bible says about these invaluable resources * explore your own motivations behind how you use your time and money * gain practical tools and insight to help you use wisdom in these areas of your life You'll find that this book will open your eyes to the reasons behind some of the time and money problems in life, and reveal how wisdom can help you use these resources to better your life and the world around you.
Mark Matlock has been working with youth pastors, students, and parents for more than two decades. He's the Executive director of Youth Specialties and founder of WisdomWorks Ministries and PlanetWisdom. He's the author of several books including The Wisdom On series, Living a Life That Matters, Don't Buy the Lie, and Raising Wise Children. Mark lives in Texas with his wife, Jade, and their two teenage children.