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When money's tight, choosing how best to spend it isn't easy. Do you discharge your debt or splurge on a family vacation? Should you give to charity or pay for your kids' tuition? Offering biblical wisdom and practical applications, Blue shares three basic principles to help you navigate financial matters---and keep your dreams and plans intact. 192 pages, softcover from B&H.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.36 (inches)
ISBN: 1433690713
ISBN-13: 9781433690716

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Have you ever worried that doubling down on your debt repayment is robbing your family of memories and fun? Or had a major appliance fail, right after splurging on an expensive purchase or vacation? The tension between giving to church or charity and paying for your kids’ tuition or sports equipment is real.
 
Money and life are inextricably linked. They don’t run on independent tracks but rather continually exist together, both of them somehow needing to be handled with steady applications of wisdom and biblical integrity, even when they seem in direct competition.
 
Veteran financial counselor and trusted author Ron Blue helps you navigate the seeming incompatibilities of money management. His liberating, simplifying analysis breaks down all your financial options to a basic four, then shows you how to adeptly keep them spinning alongside each other without leaving you consumed by confusion or regret—in fact, with all your dreams, plans, and principles still intact.

Author Bio

After spending his early career on Wall Street and as an entrepreneur, Ron Blue became a Christian in his early 30s. Since 1979, he has held a God given passion to help Christians plan and manage their finances in order to be able to maximize Kingdom giving. Over time, Ron has pursued this passion in several ways. He is the founder of Ronald Blue & Co., the largest fee-only Christian financial planning firm in the country. He has authored twenty books on biblical financial stewardship, including Master Your Money, The Complete Guide to Faith Based Family Finances, and Surviving Financial Meltdown. In 2003, he helped to establish Kingdom Advisors, a ministry that trains financial advisors to integrate biblical wisdom into their client advice. In 2012, Ron partnered with Indiana Wesleyan University to establish The Ron Blue Institute for Financial Planning, dedicated to multiplying the message of biblical financial wisdom in the public and academic sectors through curriculum development and thought leadership.
 
Ron holds a BS and an MBA from Indiana University. He and his wife Judy live in Atlanta, Georgia. They have five children and thirteen grandchildren.
 
Karen Guess is an educator and writer. She graduated with a B.A. in History from Wake Forest University and spent the next twelve years teaching middle and high school in Japan, inner city Richmond, and suburban Atlanta. For the last eight years, she has worked closely with her father, Ron Blue, both editing and creating content for Kingdom Advisors and The Ron Blue Institute. This is their first book together. Karen and her husband have three children and reside in Clarkston, Georgia, a city that is home to several thousand refugees from all over the world. They are passionate about neighboring in their community and sharing its beauty with others. 

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  1. Fitzysmom
    5 Stars Out Of 5
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    April 20, 2017
    Fitzysmom
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    I have read several financial planning books over the years but I think I can honestly say that none have ever had the impact that Never Enough has had on my thinking. This isn't a mega book, in fact it comes in at only 213 pages. But those pages pack a punch.

    Ron Blue's plan is simple yet complex. He uses the words Live - Give - Owe - Grow to show you how your money works in your life. In fact even if you aren't actively managing it these are still the areas that your money lands in.

    During this tax season I particularly appreciated Ron's take on paying taxes. He presented it as a privilege rather than a burden. I honestly have never looked at it in that light but he's absolutely right. I pay taxes because of God's abundant provision in my life.

    The other concept that is resonating is that of making more margin in our financial lives. And guess what, he encourages doing it without adding a second job! He uses a pie chart to show you how your money decisions aren't linear but rather circular. For instance you can't overspend on something and just continue on down the line. Instead when you overspend it comes out of the overall pie taking away from another area of your finances. It's an easy concept that makes perfect sense.

    If you are looking for a book that will relieve the stress and guilt of money management then this is the one to get. The gentle reminders that God is in control of it all and that you can trust Him in every area of your life are a lovely way to begin setting your financial house in order.

    I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.
  2. Brad H.
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    If you are seeking to find peace with your financial circumstances, this book is a MUST READ
    April 1, 2017
    Brad H.
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    Ron Blue, along with daughter Karen Blue Guess, just released their newest book "Never Enough? 3 Keys to Financial Contentment." I have the privilege of teaching from Ron's newly released curriculum for church's, "God Owns It All", and this book is for individuals what the study is for the church. The Bible has over 2,200 passages that speak to the importance of getting God's wisdom for financial stewardship, but the bottom line for all, Christian or not, is that: "After all, we brought nothing with us when we came into the world, and we cant take anything with us when we leave it. 8 So if we have enough food and clothing, let us be content (1 Timothy 6:78, NLT). If you really want to be at peace with your finances, I cannot recommend this book strongly enough.
  3. Cassandra Laymon
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Clear and concise explanation of Biblical financial wisdom
    March 31, 2017
    Cassandra Laymon
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    The best financial planning advice comes from the Bible, and Ron Blue and Karen Guess have captured these principles in a clear and concise manner in Never Enough? Using the memorable mantra Live, Give, Owe, Grow, you will learn the five uses of money, and how you can put yours to work wisely. In America, we tend to focus more on wants than needs, and this book gives many examples of the joy of being content with what we have, and freeing up resources to bless others, which brings far more joy than acquiring more stuff. I was also pleased to see a section on Biblically Responsible Investing, which is often overlooked in Christian financial books. Whether you are just learning about personal finance or you are a seasoned veteran, there are many great take aways for you here!
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