Seeking the Truth about Money In the wake of the global financial crisis, are there any financial principles we can rely on? Amidst ongoing economic instability and uncertainty, can we find any solid truth about money? Are you interested in what God has to say about money? Do you seek better financial health? Or do you have enough money but feel poor in spirit? Whatever your need, God wants to help you in both the spiritual and the financial dimensions of your life. In this book, discover why those two dimensions sometimes compete and conflict and how they can better connect. Many Christians today deal with money on the basis of partial truths, relying on a handful of favourite Bible verses or a few palatable principles. As a result, they follow an incomplete, imbalanced, distorted version of God's truth about money. To address this problem, Seeking the Truth about Money provides a comprehensive, well-rounded, and well-grounded biblical view on how we can integrate wise inner attitudes towards money with practical activities such as acquiring, giving, saving, investing, and spending money. This book challenges the reader to develop a carefully balanced approach to the various facets of handling money. Seeking the Truth about Money refers to almost one thousand verses from the Bible. It also relates stories from the lives of the author, her family and friends, and dozens of well-known Christians. It includes nuggets of practical financial wisdom gleaned from lawyers, accountants, and investment advisors, which can enrich your future discussions with your own financial advisors. Above all, this book will encourage you to more highly prioritize and value the development of rich and meaningful relationships with God and others. About the Author: Karen Henein practiced as a lawyer for twenty years. She is the author of Counsel of the Most High and Bent Out of Shape. Married to a medical doctor and the mother of two adult children, she lives in Canada. She is presently writing, speaking, and serving various Christian organizations.