Getting Your Financial House in Order: A Floorplan for Managing Your Money

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B&H Publishing Group, 2003 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
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Using the metaphor of a house, the authors offer principles and methods for money management.

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User Review  - Diane H. Pitts - Christianbook.com

The culture screams, Spend! and breezes through our lives like a woman on a shopping spree. Culture isnt there to pick up the pieces of overspending or feel the tension at the end of a billing cycle ... Read full review

User Review  - A reader - Christianbook.com

Popular topic, clever approach! Strong Biblical underpinnings and sound financial advice make this a useful tool and excellent resource. Contains practical assessments and thought-provoking end-of ... Read full review

Contents

Tools of the Trade Safety Instructions
14
Communication
84
Charitable Giving
113
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

David Bragonier is both a seminar instructor for Crown Financial Ministries and executive director of Barnabas. Since 1984, David has been teaching God's principles for finances at seminars, conventions, and conferences. He writes a newsletter, regularly speaks on radio talk shows, has been a guest on television programs, trains lay counselors, helps churches implement their own financial ministry, and counsels individuals and pastors.

Debbie Bragonier teaches women's groups about husband/wife relationships, children's finances, and other topics. On occasion, Debbie also joins Dave as a seminar and workshop speaker. David and Debbie have been married since 1970 and have five children whom they have home schooled since 1985. They reside in Stanwood, Washington.

K.S. Gollnick is a columnist and contributing editor for The Christian Author and has written numerous articles for a variety of publications. She resides in Marion, Iowa.

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