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Your Finances God’s Way by Scott LaPierre

Publisher’s Summary

Nine Kids. One Income. Zero Debt.

Ever since he got married, author and pastor Scott LaPierre has supported his family on a single salary while remaining debt-free. He’s witnessed the stress that accompanies financial insecurity, yet he’s learned firsthand that even those with a limited income can eliminate monetary worries when they abide by biblical principles.

With Your Finances God’s Way, you’ll replace negative spending habits with positive patterns that will set you on the road to financial freedom. Drawing from the Bible’s wisdom on money management, this book provides essential steps backed by proven practices, helping you

  • get the most out of your money by paying off debt and building up savings
  • make informed spending choices that help you avoid anxiety, regret, and conflict
  • enjoy the fruits of managing your money in a way that honors God

Use what God has provided to thrive! Whether you’re young or old, married or single, working or staying at home, Your Finances God’s Way will give you everything you need to be a Christlike steward of the resources you’ve been given

Scott LaPierre’s perspicaciously written Your Finances God’s Way guides us through what God has to say about our finances and how to be effective stewards of our money.

In the first few chapters, LaPierre lays the framework for financial application; then he moves on to the “core” of the book. I appreciated his viewpoint, which mirrors God’s viewpoint, particularly because he practices what he preaches within his family, including his wife and nine (9) children.

The book is replete with Scriptural context and parables from the Lord. There are numerous practical applications, as well as links to budget worksheets and an extensive number of resources listed in the endnotes, chapter by chapter.

LaPierre devotes several chapters to giving and how we as Christians should give. Other chapters include God’s view of debt, saving and retirement.

I received a review copy of this book from the author via Booksprout. All opinions are my own, and I am voluntarily leaving this review.