A Christian's Guide to Investing: Managing Your Money, Planning for the Future, and Leaving a Legacy
God encourages responsible and profitable handling of money, but many Christians don't know where to begin when it comes to investing. This title guides readers through the processes and rewards of successful money management, showing them how to keep a responsible perspective as they plan for their future.
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