Managing God's money
: a biblical guide. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale, 2011. 272 p.
God cares a great deal more about our money than most of us imagine. The sheer enormity of
Scripture’s teaching on this subject screams for our attention. In fact, Jesus says more about
how we are to view and handle money and possessions than about any other topic
including both heaven and hell. Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and possessions in a simple format.
eliminating debt in a new economy. Chicago: Moody, 2010. 240 p.
With people's credit, mortgages, car payments, salaries, commissions, and bills fluctuating daily, Debt-Free Living has never looked more attractive. This book has been updated and revised to reflect today's realities alongside timeless biblical truth. Learn about the origin of most financial troubles and break out of the debt cycle.
Free and clear
: God's roadmap to debt-free living. Chicago: Moody, 2006. 224 p.
Overwhelmed with debt? There is hope and freedom for you no matter how big your problem. Skyrocketing debt has crippled and divided millions in this age of rampant credit, interest-only mortgages, and record loan defaults. The way out from under debt burdens is not a declaration of bankruptcy, but surrender to the Word of God. Becoming debt-free may seem an impossible dream for many, but it is actually an attainable goal.
Girls gone wise in a world gone wild
. Chicago, Ill.: Moody, 2002. 272 p.
Girls have gone wild! And we're not just talking about someone from the romance novel or star from the latest hit movie. She's the girl next door, your best friend, or someone in your family. She may even be you. That's because the longing, the thrill, and the fun is real. Very real.
PETTY, James C.
When the money runs out
: hope and help for the financially stressed. Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press: 2008. 24 p.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties, you might be feeling anger, discouragement, fear, or even panic. There are many reasons people struggle financially-job loss, unexpected expenses, poor decisions-but, whatever the reason, money troubles are serious, painful, and stressful. When you are financially stressed, it is easy to become consumed by your worries and fears.
Family money matters:
how to run your family finances to God's glory. Greenville, SC: Day One, 2010. 112 p.
How we manage our family finances is always an important issue, but is particularly topical given the West's financial crisis. As Christians, our lives should demonstrate different values from those of the world around us, so what should our financial priorities be? How should we plan financially for the future? Should we ever get into debt? Practical advice in areas such as debt, choosing a home, buying a car, insurance, and pensions.