A Christian View of Money, Third Edition

Celebrating God's Generosity

By Mark Vincent

A Christian View of Money, Third Edition

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  • ISBN: 9781556351310
  • Pages: 142
  • Publication Date: 12/14/2006
  • Retail Price: $19.00
Web Price: $15.20
Web Price: $15.20

A Christian View of Money, Third Edition

Celebrating God's Generosity

By Mark Vincent

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  • ISBN: 9781556351310
  • Pages: 142
  • Publication Date: 12/14/2006
  • Retail Price: $19.00
Web Price: $15.20

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Churches that wish to embed Christian beliefs about money in their congregational life will want to make use of a companion manual written for congregations: 'Teaching a Christian View of Money: Celebrating God's Generosity'.

Endorsements & Reviews-

"In over twenty-five years of working with money -- the second most recurring theme in the Bible -- I have found nothing more lacking than a truly helpful Christian viewpoint and spirit of giving. 'A Christian View of Money' provides the essential theological undergirding to working with money."
-- Don McClanen, Ministry of Money, Gaithersburg, Maryland

"Anabaptists have long understood that how one lives, rather than what he or she says, is the most accurate description of what one believes. This is particularly true in the case of the Christian's use of money. The theological foundation for a Christian's view of money is so clearly stated in 'A Christian View of Money'. This volume could profitably be used as a new believer's guide to faith and doctrine. Vincent refuses to bless either avarice or accumulation. Many will be challenged by his clear direction for change."
-- Lynn Miller, Chicago, Illinois

"Money has a godlike power. I think about it a lot. How and when I might get more of it. What I will do with it once I get it. How much of it I want to share. How much I want to keep for myself. What I would do with it if I suddenly came into a large amount. Money consumes my waking moments and consumes my dreams."
-- the author

"'A Christian View of Money' takes the neat principle that everything belongs to God, and shows just how untidy it can be. Living a financially faithful life is not smooth, but filled with rough turns and complicated decisions. Believers can't ignore it. Vincent takes the Bible's wealth of teachings about money and applies them to my life today."
-- Sherrie Kornoelje, KDC Servant Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Contributors-

Mark Vincent

Bio(s)-

Mark L. Vincent is husband to Lorie and a father of two, residing near Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is Lead Partner with Design For Ministry™, a consulting network specializing in capacity building for non-profit and religious organizations. His experience, research, writing and lecturing on money's connection to spiritual life and organizational leadership has gained wide recognition. Mark instructs for the Steward Leadership Institute of the Christian Stewardship Association and is the founding editor of Giving magazine, the annual periodical of the Ecumenical Stewardship Center. He is also the principal pen behind 'Depth Perception', an oft-quoted bi-monthly essay published by Design For Ministry™.

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