How to Handle Money Paperback
A Short Guide to Financial Accountability
by Christopher J. H. Wright;
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Easy to read pocket book of practical tips on stewarding your money with kingdom principles.
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How to Handle Money
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"Christians too often respond to the subject of financial resources inadequately, either by regarding it as primarily secular, having little bearing on spiritual matters, or by remaining indifferent to it. To the Church’s shame, there are others who use it to manipulate, either to gain more funding, or to offer false promises, as with proponents of the ‘prosperity gospel’." Writes Femi B Adeleye, International Fellowship of Evangelical Students in the book's foreword.
"Paul," argues the author, "sees no dichotomy between his evangelistic church-planting mission and his efforts to bring about the relief of poverty among the believers in Jerusalem. Financial support for the poor is a biblical mandate. For Paul this is all part of his task, his mission, and his calling."
In this book, church leaders will find the authors short and style very helpful. It includes discussion questions for deeper conversation, and encourages believers to live for Christ, shine light, and shake salt.
How to Handle Money by Christopher J. H. Wright was published by Hendrickson in April 2013 and is our 35095th best seller. The ISBN for How to Handle Money is 9781619700253.
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1. Financial support for the poor is integral to biblical mission
2. Financial administration is a stewardship of grace and obedience
3. Financial appeals require advance planning
4. Financial temptations call for ‘safety in numbers’
5. Financial accountability demands transparency before God and man
6. Financial trustworthiness is an apostolic honour to Christ
Details for How to Handle Money
|Page last updated||24th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Christopher J. H. Wright|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||32|