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  • Generosity Ladder : Your Next Step To Financial Peace

    $6.99

    The quintessential guidebook for anyone who desires to handle money with excellence, The Generosity Ladder clarifies what the Bible really says about honoring God with our finances and details a step-by-step plan for attaining financial excellence. This accessible book allows you to fully grasp God’s plan for your finances, acknowledge your current level of stewardship, and chart out the steps you need to take in order to handle money in a way that honors God.

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  • Your Finances Gods Way

    $17.99

    Nine Kids. One Income. Zero Debt.

    Ever since he got married, author and pastor Scott LaPierre has supported his family on a single salary while remaining debt-free. He’s witnessed the stress that accompanies financial insecurity, yet he’s learned firsthand that even those with a limited income can eliminate monetary worries when they abide by biblical principles.

    With Your Finance’s God’s Way, you’ll replace negative spending habits with positive patterns that set you on the road to financial freedom. Drawing from the Bible’s wisdom on money management, this book provides essential steps backed by proven practices, helping you:

    *get the most out of your money by paying off debt and building up savings
    *make informed spending choices that help you avoid anxiety, regret, and conflict
    *enjoy the fruits of managing your money in a way that honors God

    Use what God has provided to thrive! Whether you’re young or old, married or single, working or staying at home, Your Finances God’s Way will give you everything you need to be a Christlike steward of the resources you’ve been given.

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  • Big Hearted : Are You Giving Happily Or Hesitantly

    $13.99

    An encouraging, warm-hearted read on the theology of generosity

    Every Christian is called to give – of our money, our time, our talents – but how often do we give just because we feel we should? We resent the sacrifice of things we could enjoy ourselves, and the biblical idea of giving cheerfully seems almost impossible. Or we give because we know that it will make us feel good. Or because we want other people to think well of us. But this is not godly giving.

    The motivation behind our giving is important. Giving, like everything else in the Christian life, begins with the two greatest commandments – to love the Lord our God with everything we have, and to love our neighbour as ourselves. Our cheerful, outrageous and extravagant generosity begins with unreservedly loving the God who has freely given us all things.

    In this concise book, Joel Morris explains that our understanding and practice of generosity is based on our knowledge of God, as well as the condition of our own hearts. While many books explain that we should give, Morris dives into the why of giving.

    Christians can afford to be generous because we have been given so much. Generosity overflows from our life in Christ. We are the recipients of amazing grace – we didn’t save ourselves, we simply said yes to the greatest gift.

    Although we often think of money when we speak about giving, the theology that Morris lays out so clearly can be applied to many things in our lives. To name but a few, we can be generous in serving, in giving money, time and talent, in hospitality, food, stuff and good works.

    The book’s conclusion encourages readers to think through how the theology of generosity applies to their everyday lives. To whom will the generosity of the gospel flow through us? In what ways can we show the heart of God to those we meet?

    This is not a long book, but it is packed full of the encouragement we need to become big-hearted givers. Essential reading for every Christian, it will help you to see that rather than giving begrudgingly, we can rejoice in the opportunity we have to give as God gives – joyfully, sacrificially, and lovingly.

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