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Taking Care of Business

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Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not...


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Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.
^as one the nation's top Registered Investment Advisors. He is President and CEO ^of Lee Jenkins Financial, LLC. An ordained minister, Lee is founder of Economic ^Evangelism, Inc. He is the author of several books, including What to do When ^Your Money is Funny and Taking Care of Business. Lee and his wife, Martica, ^live in Atlanta, Georgia with their three children.
Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, ^poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below ^the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty ^is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. ^In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in ^the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.

Nationally, 30 percent of black families live below the poverty line. But ^poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, it's done through the transformation ^of people. Lee Jenkins offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals ^in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Wealth from the Inside Out

2. What's ^God Got to Do with It?

3. Charting Your Financial Destiny

4. From ^Financial Bondage to Freedom

5. Finding Purpose in Your Work

6. Spending ^Your Money Wisely

7. Giving Back to God

8. Putting Your Money to Work

9. ^Dividends of Honesty and Integrity

10. Investing in Your Family

11. ^Leaving a Lasting Financial Legacy


This book is a wonderful guide in practicing godly principles of ^wise stewardship.  It teaches solid strategies on being good managers over ^everything including our money.
-Minister and Mrs. Kirk and Tammy Franklin, ^Grammy Award Winning Gospel Recording Artist

Lee Jenkin's book Taking ^Care of Business breaks away from the pack.  Finally a book that takes ^a biblical approach to building generational wealth from the perspective of the ^African-American experience.  I highly recommend it.
-Deion Sanders, ^NFL Superstar

Lee Jenkins serves as one of our nation's top financial ^advisors.  With his landmark book, he will serve now as our preeminent business ^and success coach as well.  Absorb each lesson if you desire to increase your ^finances, but savor every word if you seek the true riches of life.
-Dennis ^P. Kimbro, Ph.D., Best-selling Author of What Makes the Great Great

Three ^cheers!  Lee Jenkins accomplishes something important and rare for a book of ^this sort.  He weds solid Christian teaching to financial practices and places ^fascinating dialogue within the context of African American history and culture.  ^With the voice and heart of a master teacher, he clearly sets forth the ABC's of ^financial literacy.
-Dr. Robert M. Franklin, President, Interdenominational ^Theological Center, Atlanta, GA

Taking Care of Business is the financial ^answer to keeping our families strong.  Lee Jenkins has produced a practical ^guide, using Christian principles that will help families become financially savvy.
-Judge ^Glenda Hatchett, The Judge Hatchett Show

Taking Care of Business is long ^overdue.  It is one of the most relevant and challenging books I have read ^recently.  In this book, Lee covers the ABC's of finances and business in general.  ^There is no doubt that this best-seller will better the lives of individuals, families, ^churches and communities.  Lee's personal integrity, vision, and passion position ^him to speak with authority.
-Dr. Samuel R. Chand, President, Beulah Heights ^Bible College, Atlanta, GA

Lee Jenkins is uniquely qualified to be heard.  ^I believe he is undoubtedly the right man for this kind of project.  In his ^new book Taking Care of Business Lee draws from his abundant wisdom as ^a stellar financial advisor and his extensive ministry experience.  I highly ^recommend this book.
-Howard Dayton, Co-CEO Crown Financial Ministries

Every ^decade a great stewardship book is called forward from an insightful leader . . ^. a leader who knows the financial pulse of the issues of the day for families, ^the church, and parachurch ministries.  For such a time as this, this is that ^book and Jenkins is that leader.  Buy a copy for anyone you consider dear in ^your life.
-Scott Preissler, M.Ed., M.A., President, Christian Stewardship ^Association









-Publisher


Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.

-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL

Lee Jenkins

Lee Jenkinsis a 20-year veteran of the financial services industry and is regarded by many as one of the country's leading financial advisors, educators, and strategists.On Wall Streetmagazine has referred to him as "one of the top stockbrokers" in the industry. He is president and CEO of his own investment firm, Jenkins Wealth Advisors, where he has managed up to 65 million dollars in client assets. His financial advice has been featured numerous times on local television stations and newspapers, as well as inMoneymagazine,Gospel Todaymagazine, and on CNN. In addition, he established Lee Jenkins Financial Ministries and Legacy Builders Financial Ministries, through which he teaches and trains people how to manage money from a biblical perspective. He and his wife, Martica, live in Atlanta, Georgia, with their three children.

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