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Find More Money: Increase Your Income to Tackle Debt, Save Wisely, and Live Generously

3.80  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  7 reviews
What do you do when cutting your budget no longer cuts it?

From pastors in the pulpit to people in the pews, many people have cut and cut, but still find themselves struggling to pay the bills. Their full-time job is giving them barely enough to get by; how could they even begin to think about eliminating debt, saving, and living generously?

Financial expert and author
Paperback, 240 pages
Published February 4th 2020 by B Books
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Alicia Bayer
Jan 20, 2020 rated it it was ok
The basic premise of this book by a leader in a Southern Baptist organization is that you can stay in your low earning job serving the church (or wherever) and get a second, part-time job in the "gig economy" to make ends meet, save for goals like retirement or their children's college education, and be able to donate generously to your church.

Rainer uses a fictitious couple who are about to have a baby to show how couples can each take a second job for about 10 hours a week to pay for their
Christopher Lawson
Feb 07, 2020 rated it liked it
FIND MORE MONEY includes some decent points, all presented from a Biblical perspective. If you find yourself in a tough financial situation, this could be a good place to start. Some of the ideas are similar to those in the famous "Dave Ramsey" seminars.

The author correctly notes that simply "cutting back" is often not enough. If you are already spending $1.19 per meal, you probably need to figure out how to get more cash.

This is a super-quick read, offering some simple ideas for picking up
Betsy Strauss
Feb 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
When cutting back on budget line items still won’t make ends meet, what do you do?
As a girl who turned her side gig into a full time gig for her family, I appreciate Art Rainer’s easy to read guide through a similar path to my own. The great thing about this book is that Rainer doesn’t limit the side gig to one field of expertise. His encouragement leads readers to find their niche and lean into that. This has been a game changer for my family. I highly recommend.

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Jen Juenke
Feb 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this book. The first 25% of the book is about Christian principles and living a good life.
The meat of the book is after the first 25%.
The author talks about side gigs and gives examples of each.
What I liked was the author laid out a roadmap of why a person would need more money.
And asked the reader to have a goal in mind,
find a side gig, pay down debt, establish a retirement account, etc.
Very nicely laid out.
I was really impressed with this book and the way that the chapters
Rachel Dial
Jan 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Find more money by Art Rainer is a book that will help through your financial issues. The book has lots of ideas and information on how a family can make more money to pay bills and hopefully have some to save or donate. This book is written not only to help you financially but to also help you live generously on mission for the kingdom.
Feb 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
Some good ideas on ways to make a side gig work. Good reminders on work ethic and being wise with your money.
Jan 17, 2020 rated it it was ok
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this was an interesting read, not sure how much it helped me in the topic though.
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Art Rainer is the Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a Doctor of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and an MBA from the University of Kentucky. Art lives in Wake Forest, North Carolina with his wife, Sarah, and their three children.