Your Money and Your Life
This book deals with money, which can be a sensitive subject for many people. We can feel guilty if we have it and guilty if we don't. When it is mentioned in church, it is usually in relation to giving....
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This book deals with money, which can be a sensitive subject for many people. We can feel guilty if we have it and guilty if we don't. When it is mentioned in church, it is usually in relation to giving. However, we need to seek God's teaching on how to handle all our money.^
How we handle money and possessions is central to our spiritual health and our emotional well being. This book does not set out to provide all the answers but it aims to help us ask some of the important questions about what it means to be a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ around money and possessions. Nor is this a matter for just our personal discipleship. We need to be praying for our nation, especially for Christians who work as economists and bankers and politicians. We need to pray that what emerges from this turbulent period is a more gentle form of wealth creation, less aggressive, less driven by profit, more underpinned by spiritual, social and moral values.
Having worked for twenty years as a stockbroker, Keith Tondeur founded the money education charity, Credit Action, in 1994. Convinced everyone needed to learn the biblical principles on handling money Gods way, he has written over a dozen books on the subject including Your Money and Your Life
. Keith is a regular speaker at conferences and churches. He was appointed one of seven members of the Debt Commission established in 2005 under Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach. Keith and his wife Sue attend Kings Church in Richmond, Yorkshire