Happy Friday! Today I am spotlighting a new nonfiction book that I am looking forward to reading. As a young adult still in the early stages of my career, finding a financial balance is an ongoing process. If you’re like me and don’t have all the answers for determining an overarching financial management plan, then this might be the perfect book for you! I haven’t yet had a chance to read it, but I am looking forward to it very much.
Also, this ebook is currently on sale for $0.99 through February 21, 2021! Check out the purchase link below the book’s information to snag this deal.
About the Book
Title: Gain Save Give: Doing the Right Thing with Money
Author: Peter Dixon
Genre: Nonfiction, Personal finance from a Christian perspective
Blurb: John Wesley’s message about personal finance – ‘Gain all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.’ – is as radical today as it was three centuries ago. Perhaps more so. Gain Save Give aims to update Wesley’s words for today’s concerned Christian, and for many others who want their money and resources to make an impact for good in the world. As we look forward to a post-pandemic world, this is a practical guide, helping you to:
Review how harmfully or productively you make money;
Save efficiently and ethically;
Each chapter concludes with some actions you can put into practice right away, to get a little closer to Wesley’s ideal.
Purchase Link: Books2Read
About the Author
From Goodreads Author Profile
Peter Dixon is a researcher, lecturer and author. He has previously written about a medical expedition in the Peruvian jungle (Amazon Task Force) and about his work as a Christian peacebuilder (Peacemakers). He currently writes nonfiction with a focus on human stories in war and peace. In bringing history to life, his ambition is for readers to get the same enjoyment and understanding as he has gained from writers like Antony Beevor, Ben Macintyre and Paddy Ashdown. He and his wife Ingrid, also an author, work from their home in Gloucestershire, England, when their five grandchildren allow them to do so.
Again, don’t forget that Gain Save Give is on sale through next Sunday, February 21! Does it sound as interesting and beneficial to you as it does to me? Do you have a go-to financial help book or theory?
Until the next chapter,
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