Rich in the Things That Count the Most by James W. Moore

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While we may or may not be wealthy when it comes to material things, James W. Moore says, every one of us can be rich in the things that count the most. True happiness, fulfillment, and wealth come from knowing that God is with us, and from being grateful for all of the blessings God has given us. Through Scripture and compelling stories of faith, Moore invites us to explore the real riches in our lives, those things “that will last and endure, that won’t rust or corrode or become boring or go out of style.” Each chapter of the book features a key passage of Scripture and focuses on a key theme. A study guide is included.

Chapter titles include “Rich in the Scriptures”; “Rich in Soul”; “Rich in Church”; “Rich in the Power of Life-Changing Words”; “Rich in Christian Freedom”; “Rich in Gratitude”; “Rich in Generosity”; “Rich in Friendship”; “Rich in Real Life”; “Rich in ‘Because Of’ Faith”; “Rich in Mind, Body, and Spirit”; “Rich in the Risen Christ”; “Rich in Easter Faith”; and “Rich in Commitment to Christ.”

 

 

About James W. Moore

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The Rev. Dr. James W. "Jim" Moore is a bestselling author of more than 40 books and an acclaimed pastor and ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. A graduate of Lambuth College, Methodist Theological School, and Centenary College, Dr. Moore has served as the Associate Director of the Memphis Conference Council on Ministries and has led congregations in Jackson, TN, Shreveport, LA, and—most recently—Houston, TX. In 2006, after 50 years of active ministry, he retired from full-time ministry in the Texas Conference of the UMC and moved to the Dallas area, where he currently serves Minister in Residence at Highland Park United Methodist Church. He and his wife, June, live at Heritage Ranch in Fairview, Texas.
 
Published August 15, 2006 by Dimensions for Living. 148 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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