A Money Managers Perspective on the puzzles of wealth.  This book was written to help put the financial puzzle in better perspective…

wealth (n) having a plentiful

supply of material goods and money


conundrum (n) a problem where

the answer is very complex, possibly

unsolvable without deep investigation



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1 Emotional Crash

My money was managing me.


2 Jesus Was Always Talking About Money

Jesus said I could use money,
but I couldn’t let it use me.


3 The Deal

God owns it all, but He gives me
the responsibility of managing it for Him.


4 Making Megabucks

With God as the Owner, the cash flowed.


5 Confrontation in Calcutta

I learned something uncomfortable about myself and
money when I was confronted with the truly needy.


6 Emptying the Barns

I couldn’t challenge others to empty their wallets
when I had a barn stuffed full of cash.


7 The Wealth Conundrum

Earning money to make a profit so that you can
give it away is a conundrum—but it rewards well.
“For whoever wants to save his life will lose it,
but whoever loses his life for me will find it.”—Jesus


8 Relax And Win

Driving race cars is like the Christian life.
If you try too hard you lose, but if you relax, you win.


9 Stewardship Struggles

Even when you want to give, your own unanswered
questions can divert you unless you have faith.


10 A Life Of Financial Freedom

Anyone can achieve a life of financial freedom
if they understand how to play the game.


11 Finishing Well

My most prosperous plan ever, with eternal benefits, came when I entered a relationship with Jesus Christ and let God run my life.


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