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Practicing the King's Economy cuts through confusion and invites Christians to take their place within the biblical story of the King Jesus Economy. Through eye-opening true stories of economic discipleship in action, and with a solid exploration of six key biblical themes, the authors offer practical ways for God's people to earn, invest, spend, compensate, save, share, and give in ways that embody God's love and provision for the world.
- Why the economy of this world leaves us feeling anxious, depressed, and dissatisfied.
- Six keys to Jesus' economy - and practical, innovative ways you can live them out in your work, church, family, and home.
- Principles and practices that will move your heart away from materialism - and toward a richer understanding of your place in God's Kingdom.
- How to experience deeper meaning in purpose as you live out your faith in new ways.
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2018
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Practicing the King's Economy cuts through much confusion and invites Christians to take their place within the biblical story of the "King Jesus Economy." Through eye-opening true stories of economic discipleship in action, and with a solid exploration of six key biblical themes, the authors offer practical ways for God's people to earn, invest, spend, compensate, save, share, and give in ways that embody God's love and provision for the world.
Foreword by Christopher J. H. Wright.
Robby Holt is the senior pastor at North Shore Fellowship in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and teacher and theological dean for the Chattanooga Institute for Faith and Work. He teaches theology of work and New Testament courses for the Chattanooga Fellows Initiative.
Brian Fikkert is the founder and president of the Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College, where he also serves as a professor of economics and community development. He is the coauthor of several books, including When Helping Hurts and From Dependence to Dignity.