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Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2012
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Your Life...Well Spent: The Eternal Rewards of Investing Yourself and Your Money in Your Family - eBookRuss CrossonHarvest House Publishers / 2012 / ePub$7.89 Retail:
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Truth About Money Lies, The: Help for Making Wise Financial Decisions - eBookRuss Crosson, Kelly TalamoHarvest House Publishers / 2012 / ePub$9.29 Retail:
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When most Christians think about money, they think about what money can do for them now, here in this life.
But attitudes about money have an eternal aspect—and author Russ Crosson, CEO of Ronald Blue & Co. and a highly respected investment advisor—offers readers a look how to manage money with eternity in view. They'll learn the difference between prosperity—the accumulation of goods on this earth, and posterity—the heritage left to the generations that follow.
Readers will discover a new way of thinking about money, about their life's work—and about how to get a higher return on life itself.
- A new understanding of work
- Training up a child
- Adding posterity time to busy schedules
- Four major financial decisions that affect eternity
- Pros and cons of buying versus renting a home
"Without the information in this book, your budget may be balanced, but unwise—your bookkeeping may be timely, but reflect only temporal values. This is the book to read first, before any others, for the renewing of your financial mind."
Bruce Wilkinson, author of The Prayer of Jabez
Russ Crosson is President and CEO of Ronald Blue & Co, LLC, one of the largest independent fee-only financial, investment, tax, estate and philanthropic advisory firms in the U.S. With a national network of 13 branch offices, the firm serves over 6500 individual and business clients. Russ graduated from Kansas State University with a BS in Mathematics and a Masters Degree in Education. He and his wife, Julie, live in Roswell, Georgia, and are active in the teaching and mentoring of married couples. They are the parents of three adult sons.
There's an old saying, The greatest way to make a small fortune is to inherit a large one.’ I don't expect to have great material wealth to pass on to our sons, but Russ Crosson's basic insight on prosperity vs. posterity was a huge help in raising our children.
So often the second generation has a poor track record in managing wealth. But the principles Russ shares in Your Life...Well Spent, when applied, can increase the possibility that children will have enough solid character to make the most of any wealth God may entrust with them.”
Bryant Wright, senior pastor, Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, and president of the Southern Baptist Convention
Your Life....Well Spent was an excellent read. It would be a wonderful resource for all ages of couples. It would be also be great for high schoolers to read and certainly those getting close to wed. Any true Christian will find the information helpful and as Russ points out, very difficult to implement, but I hope my family can follow his instruction.”
Robert Mountain, InterDesign, Inc.