The Grad's Guide to Money by TH1NK
Simple Tips to Saving, Giving, and Smart Spending

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Facing real-world expenses on a Ramen-noodle budget is tough for anyone, but if you’re just starting out, it can feel overwhelming. Before you can develop what will be your personal approach to finances, you need to know what God’s purpose is for the money he has entrusted to you.

The Grad’s Guide to Money explains how to have real-world and spiritual financial habits that align with God’s will. Find out:Why you need to stay on top of your student loansWhat’s so important about a good credit scoreHow to avoid debtWhere in the Bible you can find God’s direction on moneyHow to budget, spend, give, and save wisely
 

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The Navigators is an interdenominational, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people "know Christ and make Him known” as they look to Him and His Word to chart their lives. Navigators have invested their lives in people for more than seventy-five years, coming alongside them life on life to study the Bible, develop a deepening prayer life, and memorize and apply Scripture, The ultimate goal is to equip Christ followers to fulfill 2 Timothy 2:2—to teach what they have learned to others. Today, tens of thousands of people worldwide are coming to know and grow in Jesus Christ through the various ministries of The Navigators. Internationally, more than 4,600 Navigator staff of 70 nationalities serve in more than 100 countries. Matt Bell is a popular personal finance speaker and writer. Shortly after graduating from college, he inherited some money and promptly transformed it into a pile of debt. That experience gave him a passion to learn and then teach others how to manage money well. Matt has written three personal finance books, writes the MattAboutMoney.com blog, speaks throughout the country, and has been featured in major media such as USA Today and WGN-TV.
 
Published March 15, 2013 by TH1NK. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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