The truth shall set you free. Ignoring it will cost you a fortune.
It has become clear that we are living a lie, and it has brought devastating results: Bankruptcy among churchgoers is equally as high as those who don’t attend. Financial misconduct is destroying marriages, families, individuals, and churches. A record number of churches are in foreclosure.
The church teaches us it’s normal to have student loans, car payments, mortgages, and credit cards. It calls poverty a curse but isn’t doing much to correct the problem, and it focuses on tithing and the elimination of personal debtbut debt elimination is not enough.
Wouldn’t you rather thrive in your finances and live the life God has called you to?
Evangelpreneur will teach you:
How to get your financial life to line up with your faith life
How to save your family and your church from financial ruin
How to recognize if God is calling you to entrepreneurship
How to use entrepreneurism to do God’s work on Earth
For too long, the faithful have been held hostage by false teaching, bad teaching, and the poor practice of good teaching. It’s time to break free from the bondage tied to financial issues and become an Evangelpreneur.
Josh Tolley is a nationally syndicated talk-show host with listeners in all 50 states, as well as 160 nations. He is listed as one of the Top 100 business trainers in the world and is regularly on national and international television bringing his expertise to topics which include business, religion, relationships, and politics. He is a Liberty Award nominee, featured in the short film Elektable and even served as a television anchor for a presidential debate.
His business and strategy training has been heard by hundreds of thousands of people around the world and the change it has brought not only to businesses but to lives is palpable. His bold stance on faith and his use of logic, reason, and strategy have lead people to truth and has even saved lives by giving hope back to the hopeless.
"Tolley has provided reasoned, logical, proven and, most importantly, biblically consistent approaches to good stewardship. If you're serious about being that good steward, you need this book!"
Fr. Jack Ashcraft
"This is a must-read for anyone who wants to have a practical, readable, step-by-step guide to becoming an 'Evangelpreneur.' I am a better Christian, minister, citizen, provider, husband, father, and grandfather as a result of your book. I am in your debt."
Pastor Michael Jackson, New Life Assembly
"I believe every Christian needs to read this book!"
Pastor Rick Ryan, Arizona Bible Church
"By boldly brandishing the banner of faith in the arena of wealth creation, Josh describes the road map to real riches. This book contains valuable insights which will help the fiscal transformation of all readers."
Rabbi Daniel Lapin, President of The American Alliance of Jews and Christians and author of Thou Shall Prosper and Business Secrets from the Bible
"Evangelpreneur is the perfect mix of Faith, Family, and Finances. Josh artfully paints the full picture of how our financial world mixes and is interwoven with the rest of our lives. His book not only reveals real financial principles and secrets that everyone that desires to be successful should know, he touches every part of your life in the process. . . . This book is not a book. It’s a curriculum for life! Thank you Josh for being real, making it real, and making a difference!"
Pastor Jim Staley, Passion for Truth Ministries
Praise for Josh Tolley
"I can tell you, in over 30 years I have seen and heard all the 'experts' and none of them can touch the real-world practicality of what Josh teaches."
Tom Caputo, finance expert and author of You Don't Have to be Rich to Invest in Paradise
"Josh also has the unparalleled ability to create business results. He has a clarity of perception that enables him to identify business issues and develop innovative, real-world solutions that have measurable and sustainable impact on the bottom line."
Denise Canova, One Starfish
"Josh, you don't need me on the show, just keep talking. I'm serious, you hit the nail on the head."
Gov. Jesse Ventura