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|Title: The Seven Money Types: Discover How God Wired You To Handle Money|
By: Tommy Brown
Number of Pages: 233
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.4 X 5.5 (inches)|
Weight: 8 ounces
Stock No: WW335443
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"A unique approach to understanding how you innately relate to handling money. A fascinating concept!"
Gary Chapman, author of The 5 Love Languages
True financial well-being involves more than getting out of debt and accumulating wealth. Its about discovering how youre wired by God, and how that wiring influences the way you think about, feel toward, and handle money.
Discovering your money type whether you are an Abraham (hospitality), an Isaac (discipline), a Jacob (beauty), a Joseph (connection), a Moses (endurance), an Aaron (humility), or a David (leadership) will bring greater self-awareness, reduce internal financial tension, help you resolve financial conflict with others, and help you grow financially from a faith-based perspective. As you walk with Pastor Brown through the Scriptures youll find holistic financial pathways that lead you to a place of increased awareness and confidence related to money.
In The Seven Money Types, Pastor Tommy Brown leads you on a journey of personal discovery as he reveals the seven money types found in Scripture, helps you identify the type that best fits you by means of a 35-question assessment, and coaches you on understanding, affirming, developing, and enjoying your unique approach to money.
Tommy Brown is a pastor, writer, speaker, and financial development strategist. He and his wife Elizabeth live in Winston-Salem, NC along with their children Seri and Seth. He served in executive leadership at two mega-churches as an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God over the past fifteen years, leading congregations into a holistic approach to integrating faith and finances. Tommy has a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry and Masters degrees in Divinity and Management. His entrepreneurial endeavors extend into real estate development and church consulting on stewardship matters. Learn more at www.TommyBrown.org.
The Seven Money Types is not a book on how to manage money. Rather, it is a unique approach to understanding how you innately relate to handling money. You will likely find yourself in one of these seven types. It reveals the benefits and pitfalls of each type. A careful reading will help you make the most of who you are and better understand others who are wired differently. A fascinating concept.
Tommy Brown has given us a unique perspective on how God has shaped us to steward resources. As you study the journeys of these seven biblical characters, your own financial path will become clearer.
Tommy is a personal friend and one of the most knowledgeable persons I know in his field of expertise. Everyone who reads this book will gain great personal benefit.
To know Tommy Brown is to know a man of wisdom and courage. His wisdom is evident on every page of this book; his courage is reflected in his eagerness to truly live the words of the ancient sage who taught, Who is wise? He who learns from everyone. Many books offer little or nothing. Other books are moving and heartwarming. But this book by Tommy Brown is in a rare category: it has the power to actually transform your life for the better. Be prepared: the road you are on will never be the same after reading (and studying) this down-to-earth spiritual masterpiece.
Tommy Browns financial insight and passion for teaching others about financial stewardship is undeniable! In his book The Seven Money Types, he teaches financial wellness strategies, but more than that, he teaches us how to understand the heart, or good intentions, behind our and our loved ones financial decisions. This is the money book I recommend to my counseling clients!
With compassion, Scriptural insights and pertinent examples from his pastoral and professional experience, Tommy Brown makes the convincing case that to align the ways we think and feel about money with how God designed us leads to empowerment---to do good in the world and nurture relationships, including with those who, by Gods design, may view money differently. He teaches us to be gentle with ourselves and reminds us that financial well-being is not based on the amount of money we have in the bank but on the why that drives our decisions, hopes, dreams, and partnerships.
Using seven biblical money types as examples of financial stewardship, Tommy Brown presents a most creative teaching on the ways each of us can use well the money we are entrusted with. You will enjoy and be stimulated by this book!
The Seven Money Types does for finances what Gary Chapmans The Five Love Languages does for personal relationships. If you want a greater sense of clarity surrounding why you relate to money the way you do, look no further than this book. Not only will The Seven Money Types give you a greater sense of self-understanding, it will also give you a deeper appreciation for the unique way God has wired each one of us. Reading this book and realizing I am a Jacob type has changed everything for me, financially speaking. I encourage you to read this book. You wont be sorry you did.
Tommy Browns The Seven Money Types is an insightful analysis of how people respond to money and wealth. I have read many books on the topic, and I manage money professionally. Browns discovery of the wealth attributes of key biblical figures and the related shadow sides should appeal to sophisticated asset managers and individual savers alike. It is definitely worth reading.
A fresh, liberating perspective on how Christians can think about faith and finances. Moving beyond tired dichotomies, Brown points us toward a healthy relationship with money and possessions. I highly recommend The Seven Money Types.
Through a creative use of biblical archetypes, Brown helps us to see that our relationship to money is about more than spending and saving. Our relationship to money mirrors our relationships with God and with one another. This book offers practical suggestions, but more than that, opens the reader to understand how handling money is a spiritual practice.