This volume includes:
"The End of Financial Folly" by Bill Hybels: Whether Christians will tithe to God reveals much about them.
"Treasure Versus Money" by Timothy J. Keller: When we hold Jesus as our treasure, we can break the power of money.
"What Do You Need to Be Happy?" by Francis Chan: When we give everything to Christ, we discover the secret of being content.
"Miriam, Aaron, and the Green-Eyed Monster" by Nancy Beach: We often think of envy as a "petty" sin, but God clearly shows his anger about envy in this story.
©2011 Bill Hybels (P)2011 Oasis
"A must read"
Eye opening. I would recommend this book to everyone. It gives an understanding of how to respect money and why we should. There is nothing new under the sun. It is written. Principles of the bible to live by.
Excellent book, thoughtfully discusses a sensitive topic. Forthright, convicting, and eye opening truths. I highly recommend this book to others.
"Insightful and fresh"
"The Eye of the Needle" by Jim Reiher (UNOH)
Interesting biblical-based arguments about the way that greed and envy affects how we spend money
"Great insight on money"
Insightful, practical, beneficial
Not really a story. input was instructional about the power of money and it's potential benefits and pitfalls in our lives. Presenters were very knowledgeable, had tremendous insights to share in a way that made it practical and meaningful to me in my life-situation. I drew many personal benefits from the material and have listened to it a few times so far.
"Money....it can make you or break you!!!"
Discovering new teachers/pastors and learning about financial success, the problems money can cause and the importance of tithing.
The humour and practical wisdom each of the teachers imparted.
All four speakers were excellent, however I did not know who each of them was when they began speaking, making it difficult to consider purchasing more of their teachings. The only one who mentioned his own name was Francis Chan and I have subsequently downloaded two of his books.
You could as it was broken up into 4 parts, making it easy to absorb the information and maintain concentration.
Was a much enjoyed download - not a book per se, rather a collection of teachings given live in a church setting.
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