Adulting. . . You’ve probably heard the word, and perhaps read a humorous joke or cartoon about the concept of becoming an adult in today’s world. But have you ever questioned how to actually ‘Adult’ (a verb) in a responsible and God-honoring way that will lay a solid foundation for the rest of your life? Or, have you ever asked the question “I’m an adult…NOW WHAT?” If either of these questions applies to you, a new release from BakerBooks written by pastor Jonathan “JP” Pokluda with Kevin McConaghy is definitely one that should be added to your TBR list. Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how you, and someone close to you, can view the concepts of money and finances (spending, saving, sharing, etc.) in such vastly different ways? If so, you are not alone! In fact, to shed brilliant light on this eye-opening concept, pastor and author Tommy Brown has written a book entitled “The Seven Money Types: Discover How God Wired You to Handle Money”. Published by Zondervan in the spring of 2017, this book can easily be compared to Gary Chapman’s “Five Love Languages” series, only for finances instead of relationships. Continue reading
Everyone must deal with finances at some point in their lives, sometimes in positive ways and other times in negative ways. The question is, do we have the confidence to control our money, making wise and balanced decisions about spending, saving, investing, etc.? If your answer is no, you do not feel financially confident, your voice echoes a large percentage of women in the world today. But Mary Hunt, bestselling author and motivational speaker on the subject of battling consumer debt, may be able to help. In a new release from Revell entitled The Financially Confident Woman, Ms. Hunt provides basic concepts and strategies for building confidence and acumen in the area of personal finances.
Written in a warm, inviting voice, Continue reading