Some Great Christian Finance and Business Books to Add to Your Reading List

Over the last few weeks, I've been reading quite a few books.  Here's what I think about the books I've read. If you're looking for more reading suggestions, check out my list of the 88 best personal finance books and top christian finance books. Hey, I guess this would be a good place to mention (since people reading this post likely enjoy reading) that I'm in the initial stages of writing … [Read more...]

Free Bible Reading Plan 2012

Over the last three years, I've shared a one-year Bible reading plan with you. I'm going to go ahead and share another one year Bible reading plan, even though I've changed my devotional practice. You can grab your 2012 one-year Bible reading plan by clicking on the link below: [download id="24"] (The Bible reading plan was created using my Logos Libronix Digital Library … [Read more...]

The Secret to Generosity | Five Favorite Quotes

Earlier this month, fellow blogger, Rob Kuban, released a book called The Secret of Generosity. He asked me if I’d be willing to take a look at it an review it on the site. I asked, and Rob graciously agreed to let me highlight my five favorite quotes from his book. Top Five Quotes from The Secret of Generosity One of the strengths of the book is that it ties giving in with our spiritual … [Read more...]

45+ ‘Two Thumbs Up’ Christian Book Suggestions

A few weeks ago I asked MH4C readers to suggest their favorite books of 2011. Now, we're going to turn that list into some reading suggestions. However, let me begin by saying that this list is not my recommended reading list. I was actually hoping for more overlap so I could pull out some of the most frequently recommended books, but no luck. Craig's Top 9 Recommended Books of 2011 7 Habits … [Read more...]

The Best Books of 2011 [Give Your Feedback]

I'll be honest. This post is self serving.  I want to find the best books of 2011. I'm about to ask you a question I've been asking several other friends. I decided that perhaps others would be interested in providing feedback as well as hearing the results. Over the last few months when I finish a book, I've been asking friends what books they recommend. I'd much rather read a book someone … [Read more...]

Why Every Missionary Needs a Kindle or Nook

Alright, I know we ought to differentiate between needs and wants, and I'm sure a Kindle or Nook doesn't technically fall under the category of need, but they are very, very nice to have - especially for missionaries. ** The Kindle may be better for people who live overseas.  To get books on your Nook if live overseas you'll need to do one of two things.  Either you must 'root' your Nook and … [Read more...]

Money Does Buy Happiness (Fulfillment)

One of the premises of the book, Your Money or Your Life, is that there is a positive relationship between spending and fulfillment.  In other words, the more money you spend the more fulfillment you experience.  However, this relationship has a limit.  Thus, while money cannot buy happiness, money can buy fulfillment -but only to a certain point.  The relationship between money and fulfillment is … [Read more...]

Your Money or Your Life: Book Review

Today I am going to give a brief overview of the book Your Money or Your Life.  Let me say from the start that I think this book is a must read for anyone who is young and planning a financially secure future.  Like any book, there are things with which I disagree.  What I like most about the book is its unique and honest approach to financial management.  The book is divided … [Read more...]

Attention Readers: MH4C Book Club

When I was in high school my teachers were quite concerned because I never really developed a love for reading.  When we would go on family vacations I would get so frustrated because all my parents and brothers wanted to do was lay around and read.  I wanted to get out and play.  Sometime after high school I recognized the value of reading.  Ever since I started reading I have … [Read more...]

Chronicles of a Second Hand Book Buying Expedition

I have been blogging here about my quest to find some of the 25 personal finance books suggested by J.D. Roth at Get Rich Slow. I have been updating you on my progress.  This will be my final post on my book hunt as I have made my official decisions on the question does patience pay off?  See my answer below. Does Patience Save Money? Without a doubt.  By waiting to buy these books over a three … [Read more...]