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Faith and Finance: Financial Planning with a Faith Factor, by G. Edward Reid.


The Participant's Guide, a great 12 lesson practical study on personal money management, offers Biblical principles along with timely skill-building exercises needed to manage family finances in today's world.

The Leader's Guide, created as a companion resource for small groups, is easy to use and promoting peer mentoring. The discussion questions are designed so that group participants will benefit from new insights, practical ideas, and become better equipped to manage their family finances. Engaging PowerPoint presentations for each lesson on DVD are included, offering the option for review or lesson presentation with the Leader's Guide in small groups.

The DVD Set, a handy tool, is also available for presentation to larger groups or for personal use.

Topics include:

  • Financial Planning for the Cycle of Life
  • Giving: Tithe, Offerings, Helping Others
  • Dealing with Debt: Getting Out and Staying Out
  • Making a Budget: Counting the Cost
  • Training Children, Money and Marriage, Money and Singles
  • Inheritance and Estate Planning
  • The Rewards of Financial Faithfulness
  • And many more...

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Also available in Spanish!

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Your Will

Planning to Give in the Future

The Seventh-day Adventist Church provides advance planning for final gifts to God's work!

The Trust Services Department exists to aid you in this planning.

Visit their website for all information in this regard:

Your Generosity

The North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church has instituted a Philanthropy Department.

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Daily Devotional

Reaping what we sew

"These sewing machines have been sitting under our house for more than a year, Honey. When will I ever find time to look at them?" I felt sorry for my busy husband.