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Your Money God's Way: Overcoming the 7 Money Myths That Keep Christians Broke

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God wants His people to live without financial stress and worry.

As a Christian, you know that God wants the best for you in every facet of your life--including your finances. But do you truly believe it? You will after reading Your Money God's Way. With simple, biblical truths taught in plain language, author and pastor Amie Streater will show you how to:

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Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 14th 2010 by Thomas Nelson
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Steven Gagne
Your Money God’s Way, by Amy Streater, is an incredible book that causes you to take an honest look at your finances; and then really gets to the heart of the matter – your heart. That’s right! For most people that are in debt, suffering financially, and living month-to-month, there is a greater issue than just not having enough money (because most people do have enough money). The issue is this: what is the condition of your heart that would lead you to the place where you are careless, selfish ...more
Marcus Lynn
Over the past 10 years there have been a spate of books in the Christian market on how to handle money, Christian principles for finance, etc. Amie Streater’s Your Money God’s Way: Overcoming the 7 Money Myths that Keep Christians Broke is no different. However, Streater’s niche is in helping Christians overcome a multitude of money myths that keep us broke. Streater remains biblical by avoiding both extremes of “prosperity gospel” and “poverty as spiritual growth.”

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Your Money God's Way takes Biblical principles and puts them in easy to understand language. If you're wondering why you're always living paycheck to paycheck and can't get things to work out, try reading this book. It won't solve your problems, but if you're willing to think and pray and change how you handle money, this is a good place to start.

While it took me longer to read this book that a noon-fiction book, this was a great read. So much to think about and ponder. Thanks to this book, we a
Pat W. Kirk
Amie Streater became Associate Pastor of Financial Stewardship of New Life Church after pulling herself out of her own financial mess. This book doesn’t advise about everyday money management like keeping a budget or writing everything you spend in a notebook though she does deal with it in the last chapter. It describes the pitfalls good Christians can get into with what she calls “Counterfeit convictions.” People come to her when their ships have sunk. She quotes the Bible to show people where ...more
This was a convicting book. It was written by a woman who is the pastor of financial stewardship at New Life Church in Coloraado Springs. She explains "posh poverty" which is an extravagant lifestyle based on credit card abuse. She tells a mom who wants to stay at home with her child that she needs to go to work to pay off her student loan debt. She gives advice to spiritual "cliff hangers" who go so far out on a limb in their financial life that only God can save them. She explains that is not ...more
This book is FANTASTIC. I've read a lot of money books, and I tend to like them, but this one is different. For one, it's the first that I've read to use a word that I feel is so crucial to living responsibly: STEWARDSHIP.
In addition, Amie shares her no-nonsense advice to managing money while sharing biblical stories that help to explain the importance of being responsible stewards to the money and resources God has given us. She's a refreshing author, humorous, and as I said before, no-nonsense
Debi Patton
I liked this book, and I believe it serves the purpose the author intended. It almost makes me want to enter a similar ministry, but in my own area where most families live in poverty -- they'd mostly be starting with no money, no job, no nothing. Amie, do you have any wisdom to share for those kinds of situations?
Michael Kaply
I really liked this book. It's not just a rehash of other financial books.
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