If you are one of the millions who are living beyond your financial means, scraping to get by every month, allow Noel Jones and Scott Chaplan to redirect your focus and your finances toward success. Both authors are experienced...
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If you are one of the millions who are living beyond your financial means, scraping to get by every month, allow Noel Jones and Scott Chaplan to redirect your focus and your finances toward success. Both authors are experienced and successful in their chosen fields and they share their expertise with you because they want you to succeed to be the person God gifted you to be. Vow of Prosperity provides solutions that will bring financial freedom to you and/or your faith-based organization. You are introduced to both spiritual and practical solutions to attain financial security first by establishing your core values; then by following step-by-step guidance regarding budgets, credit cards, taxes, and much more. Scripture says that the wealth of the wicked is laid up for the just; but how do you go about accessing it? Specific ways are given so you can acquire more wealth, while at the same time using your God-given gifts and talents to fulfill your goals and destiny.
Noel Jones (Pentecostal bishop), born 31 January 1950, is an American minister. He is the senior pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, California, which has about 17,000 members, and was formerly the Greater Bethany Community Church.
Bishop Noel Jones followed in the footsteps of his father when he acknowledged his call into ministry at the age of 19. Raised in Jamaica, his God-given anointing to preach and teach from a psychological-theological platform has strengthened and encouraged people worldwide. Bishop Jones pastors the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, California, with a membership of more than 10,000. His broadcast Fresh Oil can be seen weekly on BET. Scott Chaplan worked for Peat Marwick Mitchell accounting firm prior to attending Pepperdine University School of Law where he remains on the faculty as an adjunct professor. He was a partner in the law firm Argue Pearson Harbison & Myers prior to founding Greene, Fidler & Chaplan, LLP, a business boutique which emphasizes in non-profit, real estate and corporate law. He is also a licensed real estate broker and the Chief Executive Officer of Urban Holdings, a private equity firm. Mr. Chaplan is on and/or advises multiple faith-based nonprofit entities.