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  Biblical Financial Study Special Edition Leaders Guide



 
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The Special Edition of the Biblical Financial Study is specifically for those entrusted with wealth or significant income. For most people, making financial decisions can be compared to taking a trip by car. Their cash and credit limitations serve as clearly defined boundaries along the way.

However, for those with wealth, the boundaries are not so clearly defined. Making financial decisions is more like navigating a ship on the open seas in the 1800s. There were no roads to follow or signs that warned of danger ahead. The captain had t learn how to navigate, using only a compass and a sextant. A telescope helped locate lighthouses, which warned of danger.

With fewer financial limitations to serve as boundaries, those with significant resources face unusual challenges. Fortunately, the Bible contains specific instructions, principles, and even warnings intended to help the wealthy navigate the ocean of almost unlimited choices.

What issues will we be addressing?

  • Is God pleased with how I use my wealth?
  • How much is enough?
  • How much do I leave my children?
  • What limits should I set on my lifestyle?
  • How can I learn to be content?
  • How much should I give?
And much more! We recomend this study to be done in a small group setting.

(softcover, 84 pages)

For more resources and information about giving generously, please visit the following Web sites:

Generous Giving
Excellence in Giving
Christian Financial Planning Institute National Christian Foundation


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