6-Week Money Challenge
: Did you know that financial matters are mentioned in the Bible more often than prayer, healing, or mercy? Now Certified Financial Planner® Steve Repak reveals what the Bible has to say about spending, saving, and giving money...
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Did you know that financial matters are mentioned in the Bible more often than prayer, healing, or mercy?
Now Certified Financial Planner® Steve Repak reveals what the Bible has to say about spending, saving, and giving money in The 6-Week Money Challenge. His simple, step-by-step program is founded on biblical principles combined with a CFP®'s understanding of modern wealth-management strategies.
An Army veteran before he became a CFP®, Steve inspires and motivates readers to change their financial lives by challenging them to commit to a biblical boot camp. In just 6 weeks, readers will turn their finances around by completing practical and achievable weekly challenges, such as creating a budget, making a plan to get out of debt, building credit, and formulating a savings plan.
Designed for group or individual use, using a format that is familiar to scripture study groups, the book poses questions about biblical quotations to get readers thinking about whether they are spending, saving, and giving their money according to God's Word. Financial information and practical challenges are presented clearly, concisely, and simply, so this book requires no existing financial knowledge.
With so many people living paycheck to paycheck, struggling to build their credit score, and worried they will be in debt the rest of their lives, we need the Bible's words of financial wisdom more than ever before.
Steve Repak is a Certified Financial Planner(r), financial literacy speaker, Army veteran, and author of "Dollars & Uncommon Sense: Basic Training for Your Money" (2012). He is a frequent guest on "Fox and Friends", "Fox Business", "700 Club", and "CNN Headline News", and has been interviewed on NPR, Bloomberg Radio, Market Watch Radio, Wall Street Journal Radio, and many other national and regional radio shows. His writing has been featured in "Forbes", "Investor s Business Daily", "BusinessWeek", "New York Post", "Chicago Tribune", MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, and "USA Today".