Society tells us to spend, not to save. Society tells us to make expensive purchases using credit to impress our friends. Society blurs the line between "need" and "want." Is it possible to go against this way of life? Can we learn to spend less on nonessential items in order to grow our savings accounts? Sarah R. Baker, along with her husband and children, took on the challenge of a month-long spending strike. They paid their mortgage, utilities, and insurance but cut out all other spending. Keeping track of what they would have spent, the Bakers discovered they had saved nearly six hundred dollars that would otherwise have been wasted on nonessential purchases. In addition to finding their bank balance growing, the Bakers also found new ways to bond as a family and to strengthen their faith. The spending strike opened their eyes to how they were spending their paychecks and new ways they could be saving. "The Spending Strike Workbook" helps you put together a spending strike for your own family and will encourage each member of your family to be good stewards of the resources God has provided for you
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