Welcome to the Blog Tour for the Your Finances God’s Way book and workbook by Scott LaPierre, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Title: Your Finances God’s Way Author: Scott LaPierre Publisher: Harvest House Release Date: May 3, 2022 Genre: Christian living – nonfictionExperience the Peace that Comes with Wise Stewardship Financial insecurity can be one of the greatest threats to your well-being—but the good news is that even if you’re on a tight income, you can eliminate many of your monetary worries when you create and abide by a biblical plan for your spending. In Your Finance’s God’s Way, you’ll identify the negative money management habits you need to break and the positive habits that should take their place. Implementing the teaching laid out in the Bible, this book gives you advice and practical steps backed by proven principles, helping you • get the most out of your money by paying off debt and building up savings • make wise spending decisions that enable you to avoid anxiety, regret, and conflict • find a healthy balance between being financially frivolous and frugal to a fault Even when you have less to spend, you can 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 careful steward of the resources you’ve received from the Lord.
Early in our marriage, Katie and I were part of a home fellowship. A couple joined the group
soon after being released from prison. Even though they hadn’t been Christians for long, their
affection for the Lord was evident. They were thankful that He had forgiven them, that He would
want a relationship with them after the things they had done, and that He would allow them to
begin new lives in Christ. Because of their decisions that led to their incarcerations, and the
burned bridges with most—if not all—family members and friends, it wouldn’t be too much to
say that our home fellowship was just about all they had.
They were part of our group when Katie was pregnant with our first child, Rhea. Everyone was
excited for us, but perhaps because this couple had no children or grandchildren, they seemed
more excited than anyone else. They desperately wanted to give Rhea a gift when she was born,
but as you can guess, they didn’t have much.
They settled on a dirty, smelly blanket, which they put in a torn plastic bag. They were smokers,
so we had to put the blanket on the sanitary cycle on our washer quite a few times, but we still
couldn’t get rid of the smell. While the blanket didn’t cost much and was never useful to us, the
gift was very meaningful. Why? Because they had so little, we knew the sacrifice they had made.
Giving is much bigger than the gift. If I can use two analogies, the gift is an iceberg above the
water, and below the surface is what went into the gift. The gift is a tree, and the roots in the
ground are what went into the gift. Please keep these illustrations in mind because I will refer to
them throughout the chapter. Everything behind the giving is more important than the gift itself.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
(1) winner will receive a $100 Amazon gift card and a signed copy of the Your Finances God’s Way book and workbook!
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