God and Your Stuff
1. God's Map For Your Stuff And Your Soul: Using The Tools, Passing The Test, And Establishing Your Trademark. ^2. Spiritual Growth And Your Stuff: The Trail Less Traveled^3. The Marks Of A Spiritually Mature Steward^4. How Then Shall You...
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1. God's Map For Your Stuff And Your Soul: Using The Tools, Passing The Test, And Establishing Your Trademark. ^2. Spiritual Growth And Your Stuff: The Trail Less Traveled^3. The Marks Of A Spiritually Mature Steward^4. How Then Shall You Become A Faithful Steward^5. Lessons From Earlier Christians: A More Excellent Way ^6. On The Wrong Trail: How Did We Get Here?^7. Preserving Your Soul When Everyone Has Their Hands Out. ^8. What Churches Can Do To Help You Steward Your Stuff^9. Educating Stewards Through Family, Christian Colleges, And Seminars^10. Keeping Your Soul Alive In The Midst Of Stuff. ^192 Pages ^
An established authority on stewardship as a spiritual discipline challenges the thinking that what we do with our stuff has no effect on our Christian life. Instead he lays a biblical foundation for the crucial connection between spiritual growth and the use of our possessions.
Explore the biblical foundation for the crucial connection between our eternal souls and our earthly possessions. Learn how our use of possessions is a good barometer of our character, and how our giving practices develop our faith and shape us into the stewards God intended us to be. ^ ? Includes discussion questions
Wes Willmer, Ph.D., has initiated over one million dollars in research grants to study nonprofit organizations and is responsible for 23 books, including Revolution in Generosity: Transforming Stewards to be Rich Toward God; God and Your Stuff: The Vital Link Between Possessions and Your Soul; and The Prospering Parachurch: Enlarging the Boundaries of God's Kingdom. Board involvement includes: chair of the board of the Christian Stewardship Association (CSA), founding member of the CASE commission on Philanthropy, the executive committee of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability