The Giving Equation

The Giving Equation

Author: Ken Long
$11.99

Working out your relationship with God and money

It’s logical that if I give a certain amount of money, I have less money left to live on, right? That’s simple mathematics. But it’s also an equation that makes many people reluctant to give.

The Giving Equation provides a fresh way of thinking about stewardship, explaining two different mindsets towards our personal finances: the G-economy and the Me-economy. Far from causing us to lose out, giving has things to offer us that lead to an abundant life—now and for eternity.

This book has a unique and logical perspective on giving that helps break down prejudice and promote generosity.

It contains case studies from the Bible and examples from real life.

Bible studies for use in small groups are included in an Appendix.

Ken Long is a highly experienced business consultant, based in Sydney, Australia. He holds a Doctorate of Business Administration, along with qualifications in Law and Commerce. Ken is a stewardship champion and is passionate about helping people understand how generous giving benefits them.

Book Title The Giving Equation
Author Ken Long
Type Book

Working out your relationship with God and money

It’s logical that if I give a certain amount of money, I have less money left to live on, right? That’s simple mathematics. But it’s also an equation that makes many people reluctant to give.

The Giving Equation provides a fresh way of thinking about stewardship, explaining two different mindsets towards our personal finances: the G-economy and the Me-economy. Far from causing us to lose out, giving has things to offer us that lead to an abundant life—now and for eternity.

This book has a unique and logical perspective on giving that helps break down prejudice and promote generosity.

It contains case studies from the Bible and examples from real life.

Bible studies for use in small groups are included in an Appendix.

Ken Long is a highly experienced business consultant, based in Sydney, Australia. He holds a Doctorate of Business Administration, along with qualifications in Law and Commerce. Ken is a stewardship champion and is passionate about helping people understand how generous giving benefits them.