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To Whom Much is Given: Navigating the Ten Life Dilemmas Affluent Christians Face
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To Whom Much is Given: Navigating the Ten Life Dilemmas Affluent Christians Face

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Xulon Press 2009

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$15.99

Overview

What do you do when you have more than enough? As Jay Link explains in this text, how you use your fortune can build or destroy, benefit or corrupt. It can provide a sense of security or a sense of entitlement. Link reveals that it is especially important for wealthy Christians to realize that what is done with their money has eternal consequences. In this text he provides scripturally based, practical, and insightful teaching for those called to steward large amounts of resources. Link addresses ten major issues in this book, and gives sound direction, including the chapters: “Blessing (and Not Cursing) the Next Generation,” “Having a Master Giving Strategy,” “Surrendering All to Christ,” and “How Much Should I Be Giving and When?”

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Key Features

  • Provides comprehensive resources for learning and teaching biblical stewardship
  • Includes outlines for sermons and guidance for church leadership
  • Addresses difficult questions with practical, Scriptural counsel

Praise for the Print Edition

If you are struggling to know how to most wisely steward the wealth that God has entrusted to you, this book will help you clear away the fog of uncertainty and indecision. Jay has provided an invaluable road map to point the way on what to do with and about your wealth. It was practical, informative and helpful for me.

—Hugh Maclellan, Jr., president of Maclellan Foundation, Inc.

Jay has composed one of those rare books that combines simplicity, wisdom, and practicality. His insights and unique experience will open up the minds, and plenty of options, for the reader with substantial finances and a heart to leverage that blessing for the Kingdom. Jay truly understands the social, material, spiritual, and technical dilemmas the wealthy face on the way toward a life of fulfillment and generosity.

—Bob Buford, founder of Leadership Network

There are few individuals as passionate, knowledgeable and articulate about the biblical principles on generosity and effective stewardship as Jay Link. The life dilemmas described so clearly by Jay in this book are real but seldom addressed. The generous and effective distribution of wealth entrusted to Christians has been stifled by their lack of understanding what dilemmas they face and then not knowing what to do about them. Jay offers clarity on this subject and challenges all of us to be more intentional about our stewardship. This book can result in a spiritual breakthrough for those wealthy Christian families desiring to be wise and responsible stewards.

—Paul Schultheis, senior managing partner of Strategic Resource Group

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About Jay Link

Jay Link (E. G. Link) is the president of Stewardship Ministries, a teaching, training, mentoring, and content ministry. In his role as founder and president, he works to equip church and non-profit leaders with biblical knowledge and training on stewardship. His goal with Stewardship Ministries is to provide resources that empower all ages and economic levels of believers to live as faithful stewards of all that God has entrusted to them. He has also written Family Wealth Counseling: Getting to the Heart of the Matter.