Managing God s Money

In Managing God's Money, Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and posessions in a simple, easy-to-follow format.

Managing God s Money

God cares a great deal more about our money than most of us imagine. The sheer enormity of Scripture’s teaching on this subject screams for our attention. In fact, Jesus says more about how we are to view and handle money and possessions than about any other topic—including both heaven and hell. In Managing God's Money, Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and posessions in a simple, easy-to-follow format. Filled with Scripture references, Managing God's Money is the perfect reference tool for anyone who is interested in gaining a solid biblical understanding of money, possessions, and eternity.

Managing God s Money

In "Managing God's Money," Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and possessions in a simple, easy-to-follow format.

Managing God s Money

In "Managing God's Money," Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and possessions in a simple, easy-to-follow format.

Managing God s Money The Basics

In this book, he teaches the following financial concepts: * How to live and not borrow except to buy a home. * How to get out of debt and stay out of debt. * How to determine if you can afford to buy an item before you buy it. * How to ...

Managing God s Money   The Basics

Jesus Christ is the Creator of the universe and owns everything! Consequently, we are managers of all resources we acquire throughout life -- including money -- and we must act accordingly. From his vast experience in business, and using principles from the Bible, Michel Bell provides a simple framework and useful, proven techniques for managing money effectively. In this book, he teaches the following financial concepts: * How to live and not borrow except to buy a home. * How to get out of debt and stay out of debt. * How to determine if you can afford to buy an item before you buy it. * How to control money. * How a budget reduces stress and cultivates financial discipline. * How to use the PEACE budgetary control system to focus your life on priorities. * Why you should maximize your RRSP contributions. * Why you should have a will and how to prepare one.Michel A. Bell is a believer in Jesus Christ, founder and president of Managing God's Money Ministries. He held several executive positions during 32 years with Alcan Inc., leaving in 2002 as Vice President Business Planning, bauxite, alumina and specialty chemicals. He is a graduate of the Alfred P. Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Email Address: [email protected] Website: www.managinggodsmoney.com

Managing God s Money

This workbook is a companion to Michel (Mike) Bell's previous publication, Managing God's Money -- The Basics, in which he provides a simple framework and useful, proven techniques for managing money effectively.

Managing God s Money

Jesus Christ is the Creator of the universe and owns everything! Consequently, we are managers of all resources we acquire throughout life -- including money -- and we must act accordingly. This workbook is a companion to Michel (Mike) Bell's previous publication, "Managing God's Money -- The Basics," in which he provides a simple framework and useful, proven techniques for managing money effectively. The workbook was designed to facilitate individual and group study of key principles such as goal setting, planning, budgeting, borrowing and giving. It will allow individuals to drill deeper in the Bible to understand financial concepts more fully. Questions shown throughout will require thoughtful reflection and will help the reader unearth several key truths from the Bible about the effective use of resources. Additionally, the reader will get a good understanding of basic financial concepts while learning important spending tips. Michel A. Bell is a believer in Jesus Christ, founder and president of Managing God's Money Ministries. He held several executive positions during 32 years with Alcan Inc., leaving in 2002 as Vice President Business Planning, bauxite, alumina and specialty chemicals. He is a graduate of the Alfred P. Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Email Address: [email protected] Website: www.managinggodsmoney.com

Managing Money God s Way

Managing Money God s Way


Managing God s Money

Managing God s Money


The New Managing God s Money

Consequently, we are managers of all resources we acquire throughout life-including money-and we must act accordingly. In this expanded third edition, Michel continues fusing his vast business experience with Bible truths.

The New Managing God s Money

Jesus Christ is the Creator of the universe and owns everything! Consequently, we are managers of all resources we acquire throughout life-including money-and we must act accordingly. In this expanded third edition, Michel continues fusing his vast business experience with Bible truths. Where are you on your spiritual journey? Where are you with your finances? Come as you are to identify, use, and control your spending drivers. Find out your life and material goals. Give God control of all decisions: stop giving God's money in response to manipulation and coercion. Benchmark your financial position; write your personal financial plan. Build a sound investment portfolio. Fill your retirement budget gap. Start using the quick-start budget kit. Handle household finances with discipline as God's CFO. Learn and apply over 60 savings ideas.

30 Biblical Principles For Managing Your Money

Only you can make a difference in your financial life. You can be successful at managing your money if you will begin to follow these 30 biblical principles. Author Rich Brott shows you how.

30 Biblical Principles For Managing Your Money

Becoming successful at managing your money begins with a commitment to follow biblical principles. In doing so, certain areas of your life must be confronted in an honest, open and accurate manner. You must confront the following areas: A. spiritual B. attitudinal C. habitual D. practical E. personal Addressing only selective areas of your financial life will not bring you to a place of success. You must be willing to tackle each area and come face to face with the clear reality of your past decisions. This means developing a new determination to change past spiritual decisions and the adopting of new biblical attitudes toward the management of your money. Only you can make a difference in your financial life. You can be successful at managing your money if you will begin to follow these 30 biblical principles. Author Rich Brott shows you how.

Financial Moments with Tom Copland

The book is filled with Scripture passages and real-life anecdotes, and addresses topics including saving, planning for the future, getting out of debt, budgeting, obtaining godly counsel, giving generously, investing, financial deceptions, ...

Financial Moments with Tom Copland

Few things expose our priorities and values the way money does. Seen through the lens of Scripture Tom Copland's new title Financial Moments is an insightful guide for how to manage finances according to God’s wisdom. With sincerity and sound advice, the book addresses the heart of our motivations and responsibility to God. This accessible, practical resource is a combination of his four decades of experience and rich biblical knowledge. The book is filled with Scripture passages and real-life anecdotes, and addresses topics including saving, planning for the future, getting out of debt, budgeting, obtaining godly counsel, giving generously, investing, financial deceptions, stewardship and avoiding relational conflicts over money.

God Owns I Manage

God Owns  I Manage


Managing Money God s Way

This book will help us to continue on our path to saving and managing our money the way the Bible says we should." "This book gave me a new perspective on the importance of money to me.

Managing Money God s Way

Don't you wish you could give more? As Christians we are hard-wired with a desire to be generous givers. Unfortunately, many Christians are "greatly limited in their giving potential because they don't have their money under control"! Become a better steward of your money, pay off debt, save more, and give more! Join Bob in this 31-day daily devotional as he shares his own experiences, insights, questions, and discoveries about Biblical money management and what we can do to be better stewards of our money. Each short chapter will leave you with a new Biblical insight, personal challenge, encouraging thought, and even practical steps to better control your money. Reviews from Amazon customers: "The lessons are very concise, which makes them easy and fun to read. I know that I won't need to spend hours on them each night and that I'll get some great, pertinent information that I can immediately apply to my life and financial situation. I'll definitely be referring to some lessons more than once!" "This is a great book full of daily devotionals that will help you manage your money God's way. My husband and I have been reviewing our finances over the past year and have made many changes. This book will help us to continue on our path to saving and managing our money the way the Bible says we should." "This book gave me a new perspective on the importance of money to me. I have read other inspirational materials on the subject of personal finance and money management; however, this book really has made me think and feel differently about the role that money plays in my life."

Financial Freedom

Packed with practical money saving tips, proven strategies, and biblical insight, this 96-page book shows how to honor God with your personal finances, reign in your spending habits, and move out from under the burden of debt into financial ...

Financial Freedom

Start your journey toward financial freedom today with this quick and simple guide on money management! Packed with practical money saving tips, proven strategies, and biblical insight, this 96-page book shows how to honor God with your personal finances, reign in your spending habits, and move out from under the burden of debt into financial freedom. Do you wake up in the morning with money issues on your mind? Do you worry about how to pay your bills? Are you envious of certain people because they have things you can't afford? If any of these statements apply to you, it may be time to evaluate how you handle your finances. To gain a godly perspective on finances and learn how to wisely manage your money, check out this easy-to-understand Christian guide on money management. It covers/em What the Bible says about money, stewardship, giving, and tithes. Includes key Bible verses 4 myths about money that lead to overspending 6 common lifestyle choices that can keep you stuck in debt. Includes a checklist that will help you evaluate whether you are making wise spending decisions. 5 key principles on how to manage your money, covering everything from growing in contentment to practicing self-control. Scripture verses and life-application steps included. Answers key questions on money management and financial stewardship: What does the Bible say about finances? How can I handle my money responsibly? How can I cancel my debt? How can I resist the urge to spend? Why do I feel the urge to spend? If I give money to God, can I expect Him to bless me with financial gain? I've been told it is wrong to save money. Does a savings account prove that I'm not trusting God? Whether you need help achieving financial freedom yourself or you are helping others pursue their financial goals, this quick-answer guide offers practical advice and money managing tools that will help you. Get Money Saving Tips and Practical Financial Advice You Can Start Applying to You Life Today Here's just 4 money tips (money management strategies) included in this incredible financial guide from Christian counselor, June Hunt. Money Tip #1: Identify and Assess Your Financial Situation Take inventory of your assets: What do you own? What is the approximate value of the things you own (car, house, property, insurance policylarge items)? Identify your income: How much money do you make? Detail your debts: What/who do you owe? When is it due? What interest rates are you paying on each debt? Approximate your monthly bills: What do you pay for rent/mortgage, utilities, gasoline/transportation, phone, food, clothing, insurance, entertainment? Helpful Hint: Keep a log throughout each month of everything you spend. Money Tip #2: Consider Your Lifestyle and Spending Habits Be introspective: Why do you live the way you do? For career advancement, to please family, to entertain friends, or to live comfortably? Consider what you could honestly do without: Do you pay others to do something that you could do yourself? Do you eat out when you could eat less expensively at home? Money Tip #3: Establish Financial Goals List future expenditures: What future expenses do you anticipate? (such as schooling, purchasing a home, replacing a car, etc). Consider future career and family changes: Are you considering starting your own business, serving in a ministry, getting married, or starting a family? How will these plans change your financial situation? State your future financial goals: Financially, where do you want to be 5 years from now...10 years? What are realistic expectations money saving goals? Money Tip #4: Take Action with Your Finances Pay extra on your debts and stop feeding your debt through unnecessary habits. Establish a savings plan: How much money are you setting aside for the future? How are you preparing for major emergencies and for retirement so that you don't find yourself in debt again? To help you chart your path to financial freedom, grab a copy of June Hunt's Financial Freedom: How to Handle Your Money Wisely. This tool offers practical help to find financial freedom, including: "Five Principles of Managing Money" and "How to Cancel Debt." What perspective should I have of money? Myth: "If you live a godly, Christian life, you will experience financial gain and prosperity." Truth: According to God's Word, godliness is not a means to financial gain. The Bible calls this "a different doctrine" taught by false teachers. Myth:"Money is the root of all evil." Truth: No, according to the Bible, it is the "love of money" that is a root of evil. (1 Timothy 6:10). Money can be used for great good. Myth: "If I ever have enough money and earthly possessions, I will be happy." Truth: Happiness does not spring from your financial situation nor does it come from possessions. "His master replied, Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master's happiness!'" (Matthew 25:23). Finding true financial freedom involves more than having enough money to bask in the comfort of a prosperous lifestyle. It's more than learning to budget expenses, to save regularly, to invest wisely. True financial freedom is being content with what God gives you. And contentment is a matter of the heart! Look for all 42 titles in the Hope For The Heart Biblical Counseling Library. These mini-books are for people who seek freedom from codependency, anger, conflict, verbal and emotional abuse, depression, or other problems. Paperback, 96 pages, 4 x 7 inches. Fits in a pocket or purse. Product Code: 290X ISBN: 9781596369412 June Hunt June Hunt, M.A. Criswell College, is a biblical counselor whose award-winning radio program "Hope For The Heart" is heard on 900 radio outlets around the world. For more than 25 years, she has counseled people, offering them hope for today's problems. June has helped many people with emotional, relational, and spiritual problems experience God's love through biblical hope and practical help. Click here to find out more about Hope for the Heart. Hope For The Heart Board of Reference Dr. Henry Blackaby (Blackaby Ministries International), Dr. Rick Warren (Saddleback Church), Dr. Tony Evans (The Urban Alternative), Joni Eareckson Tada (Joni and Friends), Kay Arthur (Precept Ministries International), Dr. David Jeremiah (Turning Point), Dr. Tim Clinton (American Association of Christian Counselors), Dr. Bruce Wilkinson (Bruce Wilkinson Ministries), Dr. Chip Ingram (Living on the Edge), Roger Staubach (SRS Real Estate Partners), Steve Arterburn (New Life Ministries), Vonette Bright (Campus Crusade for Christ), Dr. Charles Stanley (In Touch Ministries), Zig Ziglar (Ziglar Training Systems) Kind Words about June Hunt and the Hope for the Heart Minibook Series "After decades of counseling men and women from all walks of life, June knows how to lead readers to truthtruth that liberates because it is truth from God. " Kay Arthur, Co-founder of Precept Ministries International, and author of When the Hurt Runs Deep-Healing and Hope for Life's Desperate Moments. "Those of us who have had to forgive the unforgiveable will find June's materials to be tremendousfilled with hope and healing. She speaks from the heart with truth, directly to your broken soul." Stephen Arterburn, Founder of New Life Ministries and author of Healing Is a Choice. "June Hunt has been addressing the root issue for hurting hearts as long as I have known her. God has given her insightful sensitivity not only to identify human problems, but also to uncover biblical solutions. She has done it for me more than once! All who have hurting heartsor who minister to wounded spiritsneed to read her resources." Dr. Dorothy Kelley Patterson, Professor of Theology in Women's Studies, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary "June walks you through the step-by-step process to forgive...yes, even the 'unforgiveable.' If you want your days ahead to be better than the days gone by, this is a must read for you." Dr. Tony Evans, Senior Pastor, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and President of The Urban Alternative.

God s Money Matters

A common sense guide to financial freedom and managing money consistent with Biblical financial stewardship.

God s Money Matters

A common sense guide to financial freedom and managing money consistent with Biblical financial stewardship.

Money Possessions and Eternity

In this thoroughly researched and extensively updated classic, Randy Alcorn shows us how to view them accurately--as Godâ€TMs provision for our good, the good of others, and his glory. $ Alcorn presents a biblical and comprehensive ...

Money  Possessions  and Eternity

Offers a biblical view of money and possessions, including discussion of debt, investments, inheritance, materialism, and charity.

Finances

Finances


The Midnight Court

God cares a great deal more about our money than most of us imagine.

The Midnight Court

Brian Merriman's outstanding translation of this bawdy, erotic masterpiece of the Middle Ages.

The ABC s of Handling Money God s Way

Elizabeth, Paul, Sarah, and Juan try to save enough money to buy a puppy, and as they find out how to earn, save, give, and spend money, they also learn some important things about God.

The ABC s of Handling Money God s Way

Elizabeth, Paul, Sarah, and Juan try to save enough money to buy a puppy, and as they find out how to earn, save, give, and spend money, they also learn some important things about God. Includes activity pages with Bible verses to memorize, study questions, and activities.

In Charge

In Charge


And the Cattle Upon a Thousand Hills

The book uses stories we are all familiar with a fresh vibrant insight. This book is designed to help you manage resources in a way that you can thrive, grow, and leave a legacy for your heirs, and your church community.

    And the Cattle Upon a Thousand Hills

The lack of wealth or prosperity in the life of a believer may not be due to a lack of faith but a lack of knowledge and wisdom of how to manage financial resources. The application of financial principles is what many lack. What happens between the Sunday morning worship services is vital to the overall success of believers. What do my hands and feet do? It is not enough to have faith, but the Bible tells us that faith without works is dead. Managing anything requires skill. Skills are learned. This book is designed to teach and encourage you to be a better manager of the resources God has entrusted to you. The book uses stories we are all familiar with a fresh vibrant insight. This book is designed to help you manage resources in a way that you can thrive, grow, and leave a legacy for your heirs, and your church community.

Giving Is the Good Life

With clarity and passion, Randy Alcorn invites you to discover a bigger view of God, the ultimate Giver. This book will help you see and joyfully embrace what the good life is really all about.

Giving Is the Good Life

ECPA 2020 Christian Book Award Finalist! Wouldn’t it be great if we could do what pleases God, helps others, and is best for us—at the same time? Can we live the good life without being selfish? In Giving Is the Good Life, bestselling author Randy Alcorn teaches life-changing biblical principles of generosity and tells stories of people who have put those radical principles into practice. Each story is a practical application that can help stimulate your imagination and expand your dreams of serving Jesus in fresh ways. These real-life models give you not just words to remember but footprints to follow. Giving Is the Good Life reveals a grander view of God and generosity—one that stretches far beyond our imagination and teaches us what the good life is really all about.