My Home the Family Business

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Xulon Press, 2011 - Business & Economics - 110 pages
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In the music world, no matter what style of music you play, the same principles apply. A whole note is a whole note, whether you play country or jazz. I have found when it comes to finances, whether you are a Christian or not, the scriptures pertaining to finances will work for your home. I have written concerning the home's finances from a biblical viewpoint. From this perspective, you will get a different outlook on everything in life. The old saying, "you can't see the forest for the trees" is true. We need to rise above life's situations and get a Birdseye (heavenly) view. Not only do I lay out practical ways of handling household finances, but I also get to the heart of the matter. If nothing changes in your heart, then nothing changes. Whether it is our house, state, or our country, we need an attitude adjustment on how we deal with money. I encourage you to set aside any bias if you are not a Christian. Ask yourself if the way you handle your finances is working. If you are not one hundred percent satisfied with your results, this book will prove valuable for you. About the Author In 1982 Elaine and I were married and rented our first house. It was 720 square feet with 7 foot ceilings. We began our journey together, setting it in our hearts to become producers, not consumers. As a minister, at Mt. Zion in Clarkston Michigan since 1986, I began teaching people the same principles we discovered. These principles took us from renting the house to buying it and turning it into a 2200 square foot home with cathedral ceilings. We have never experienced a financial burden upon our lives. My thought is; if I can do this, anyone can. In 2011, after 29 years of marriage, we still live a financially stress free life.

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