God and Money: How We Discovered True Riches at Harvard Business School
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Two young Harvard MBAs on the fast track to wealth and success tell their story of God's transforming power and how Scripture brought them to the startling conclusion that they should give the majority of their money away to those in need. Packed with compelling case studies, research, and practical strategies, God and Money offers an honest look at what the Bible says about generous giving. No matter what your salary may be, God and Money shows you how you can reap the rewards of radical generosity in your own life. 100% of the author royalties goes toward Christian ministries focused on spreading the Gospel and providing for those in need.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 251
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 1628624736
ISBN-13: 9781628624731

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"John and Greg realize what everyone should know-that middle-class Americans are among the richest people in world history. It's time for Christfollowers to understand that God has bigger purposes than increasing our standard of living-He wants us to increase our standard of giving." -Randy Alcorn, from the Foreword of God and Money

"This is one of the most thoughtful and well researched books on giving that I have had the pleasure of reading. The frameworks presented in the book can be used by people at all stages of experiencing the joy of generosity." -Waters Davis, President of National Christian Foundation Houston.

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  1. Maria B
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A must read for every Christian!
    March 9, 2017
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    Recently, I read God and Money, published by Rose Publishing. The authors conclude that tithing is not required of us because we live under grace; but their rationale will surprise you. It sure surprised me. I have come to think that this concept of grace has been taken to the extreme and has resulted in people becoming cheap and stingy with their money; inoculating them against the genuine needs around them, as if all that is required is that you give cheerfully, not generously.

    I enjoyed that the authors of this book delved into old testament history to show us how the ancient patriarchs practiced their giving, as well as into the new testament to tell us what Jesus and Paul had to say about it. One important fact revealed by the authors is that the tithe ended up not just being 10% of their income, but actually amounted to about 23 %.There were three kinds of tithes that were required: the Levitical tithe, given every year for the support of the temple; the Festival tithe which was used to ensure each Israelite could participate in the Feast of Tabernacles; and the Charity tithe which was 10% given in years 3 and 6 (budgeted annually at 3%) of Israels yearly social cycle for the benefit of the orphans, widows and foreigners.

    Although I have been familiar with the concept of living within your means and trying to live debt-free through ministries like Dave Ramseys, this book expanded my vision of good stewardship and the privilege God has given us to live with an open hand and not a closed fist. The authors helped me to understand that the concept of stewardship goes beyond how much to give of our God-given time, talent, and treasure. They enlarged my vision to think in terms of how much to keep, to think about giving away the rest; the importance of discerning true need and of investing in worthy causes that will honor God. It also means that we are responsible to GOD for ensuring we earn our living honestly, distribute and manage the resources He has entrusted to us FOR HIS purpose. Ensuring that our spending, saving, and giving should be well-planned and intentional is also part of honoring and worshipping our God.

    Acknowledging that EVERYTHING we have belongs to God, frees us to GIVE generously. The plan outlined in this book makes it simple to put these principles into practice. Take your after-tax income and put it into three buckets: 1) spending (for your familys current needs); 2) savings (investing in the future), and 3) serving (investing in eternity).

    Every Christian should read this book as part of their spiritual growth. The authors have graciously provided a free copy of the God and Money Study Guide and a list of over 2000 bible verses dealing with money on their website for anyone interested in gaining in-depth knowledge of this material. These resources are intended for individual or small group study. I challenge you to get a copy of this book and a copy of the study guide. Expand your vision and share it with friends!
  2. PIKNIK
    Canada
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A Fine Addition to Your Church Library
    March 11, 2016
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    What is money? How can more of it be gotten? The authors of the book God and Money, both Harvard MBAs, have investigated, with the dispassionate eyes of scholars of such matters, the question of money, but from, however, a longitudinal study of this subject in the Bible. The result is a passionate answer to the question, phrased in Schaefferian fashion, of How shall we then give? I found this volume to be very comprehensive, and, in fact, holistic, since it did not look only at proportional giving and its blessings, but at the whole of the wealth of a Christian believer, including spending, and the timing of spending on essentials, on entertainment, travel, the paying down of loans, the leaving of inheritances, the aid one might provide to children, and so on. It also dealt with bang for the buck issues in giving to missions and other worthy causes. Like others, the authors deal,also, with the question of putting a cap on income. A guilt-free treatment of the subject: enjoy!
  3. MWiggins
    Henderson, North Carolina
    Age: 25-34
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    God and Money
    February 2, 2016
    MWiggins
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    God and Money by Cortines and Baumer is the most personally convicting book I have read, and I loved every word of it! Ive always been an active member in my church, but I convinced myself that giving regularly is not necessary because I give so much of my time instead. Why not leave tithing to the older church members who are financially stable? I have student loans to pay off and a house to buy. I promised God that Id start giving more when I have more to give! God and Money opened my eyes and challenged me to stop waiting until I have more and make it work now. Chapter 5 helped me to diagnose my money mindset as a Saver and offered ways to change my thinking in order to live as a Servant. God and Money will really challenge some Christians to dive in and evaluate the relationship they have with Him where finances are concerned. Not everyone will like it, but it is a subject that needs to be discussed more openly. In the end, it all belongs to Him!

    *Rose Publishing has provided me with an advanced reader copy.
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