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Paul Stephenson
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Tithing & How to Get There

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Have you ever noticed how it always seems to be the “season for giving”? Giving to the church for stewardship; giving gifts for Christmas; giving thanks on Thanksgiving; giving presents for birthdays, anniversaries, showers, and all those other “special” occasions. With all this giving, did you ever wonder where the money tree is so you could afford all this giving? This s ...more
Paperback, 66 pages
Published May 4th 2011 by Lulu (first published April 2011)
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Sandra Stiles
Dec 21, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: adult, non-fiction
This was very appropriate for this time of year. I know God allows things to happen for a reason. We look at Christmas as a time for giving. We give to others all the time but, how often and how much do we give to God. In this book the author takes us on a short course of tithing. He started off defining stewardship and giving examples. God promises to bless us. There are examples all throughout the Bible of God doing just this. The author points out that tithing is a privilege and that it is a ...more
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Born in Omaha, Paul spent his youth growing up in Wyoming, his adolescences in the Colorado Rockies and his young adulthood pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree at Luther College. He started is professional life as a paralegal that lead him into government work where he ran the nationally recognized Colorado judicial