The topic of money stirs passions in the church. On the one hand you have the offensive and manipulative tithe and "seed faith" practices of televangelists and their acolytes. On the other hand you have folks who in reaction to being abused on this topic, have quit giving all together out of fear of abuse, or give in a token way from the scraps, margins, and left overs of American/western consumerism . . . that is . . not much. Is there a new covenant, Christ-centered, grace, love, and relationship-based way to understand and live in a kingdom dimension on this topic? Yes there is, and this book challenges long-standing traditional teachings on money and offers a life-giving alternative.
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