Taking Care of Business explains that poverty is never corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by a transformation of people. The government has tried to take people out of poverty but Jesus specializes in taking the poverty out of people. Author Lee Jenkins challenges African-American families to handle wealth according to biblical standards and attain financial security for many generations to come.
Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.
LEE JENKINS (B.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville) is regarded as one the nation?s top Registered Investment Advisors. He is President and CEO of Lee Jenkins Financial, LLC. An ordained minister, Lee is founder of Economic Evangelism, Inc. He is the author of several books, including What to do When Your Money is Funny and Taking Care of Business. Lee and his wife, Martica, live in Atlanta, Georgia with their three children.
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