Money Came by the House the Other Day: A Guide to Christian Financial Planning and Stories of Stewardship
The market for solid financial planning with a Christian theme is open for a new and important book. Money Came By the House the Other Day meets that need. Here is a book that was specifically designed to provide any reader with the guidance needed to move from a static, ineffective financial existence to one of success and fulfillment. Written by one of the countries leading private CPAs, this guide provides the keys needed to plan for the short and long term, using principals found in the Bible.
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