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The Shrewd Christian: You Can't Have It All, but You Can Have More than Enoughby Neil Atkinson
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If financial freedom seems like an unattainable dream-wake up! Let Neil Atkinson open your eyes to the truth about wealth in this biblically based, practical, readable, funny, and encouraging guide.
If you want to get a grip on your finances, you've got to let go of your misconceptions about what it means to be "shrewd." "The Shrewd Christian "will enableyou to "conquer" money, not merely "solve" money problems. When you change your thinking, you'll see your lifestyle change. And when your lifestyle changes, you'llexperience true wealth.
Neil Atkinson started out where you are. And now he's ready to you how to achieve authentic, biblical financial freedom for the rest of yourlife.
"From the Trade Paperback edition."
About the Author
Neil Atkinson is not a financial expert, but he has learned what it means to become and remain truly wealthy. A graduate of Hope College and Fuller Seminary, Neil worked with Young Life for thirty-two years in a variety of leadership positions. There he discovered how to thrive, not just survive, on a meager ministry salary. In 1996, Neil founded Next! Leadership Development, helping people actively pursue God’s calling on their lives.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Table of Contents
The reason for shrewd — The parable of the dishonest CFO — Toughing it out — The road to contentment — True riches — Playing to win — Paying attention or pain and tension? — Living generously — Dealing with debt — Becoming a residential CEO — Strategizing your employment — Steak for the price of hamburger — Buying a house — Your transportation can make you wealthy — Stuff happens — Caution : investing can be dangerous to your wealth! — Help the IRS build your wealth — 100 days to shrewd.
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