God wants His people to live without financial stress and worry.
As a Christian, you know that God wants the best for you in every facet of your life—including your finances. But do you truly believe it? You will after reading Your Money God’s Way. With simple, biblical truths taught in plain language, author and pastor Amie Streater will show you how to:
- get out of debt,
- build wealth,
- gain financial freedom, and
- stay that way—for life.
In most cases, we’re our own worst enemies, Amie says. Most of our financial stresses are self-created. We need to break free from bad habits and bad thinking and learn how to make better choices if we want to walk in financial freedom.
Presently the associate pastor of financial stewardship for the 10,000-member New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Amie’s straight-talk approach to finances and life has helped thousands of individuals and families get out of debt. As a powerful, new female voice for personal finance, Amie expertly uncovers seven “counterfeit convictions” Christians believe that often hinder their personal financial success and keep them broke. She shares practical tips, powerful insights, real-life examples, and budgeting plans so readers can recognize the lies and destructive behaviors they’ve held on to. Unlearning those behaviors will help you—whatever your situation—gain control over your spending and face a happier future of financial stability.
“Our God is the Author and Creator of order and peace. It is not God’s will for any of His children to live in chaos, frustration, lack, and debt . . . If we get our heads and hearts right, we can line ourselves up with what He is doing, and our lives will mirror what God wants for us, in us, and through us.”
|About the Contributor(s)||Amie Streater is the Associate Pastor for Financial Stewardship at New Life Church. She has helped thousands of families recover from millions of dollars of debt and walk in financial freedom. She and her husband, Scott, live in Colorado Springs with their three boys.|
|Release Date||Sep 14, 2010|