Your Life Well Spent Russ Crosson Paperback, 208 pp., $12.99 Harvest House Publishers (February 1, 2012)
When most Christians think about money, they think about what money can do for them now, here in this life. But attitudes about money have an eternal aspect—and author Russ Crosson, CEO of Ronald Blue & Co. and a highly respected investment advisor—offers readers a look how to manage money with eternity in view. Learn the difference between prosperity and posterity. Readers will discover a new way of thinking about money, about their life’s work—and about how to get a higher return on life itself.
The Sky Is Not Falling Charles Colson Hardcover, 233 pp., $22.99 Worthy Publishing (September 2011)
From controversial wars and political power struggles to reality shows and celebrity scandals, it seems the world has gone mad! But Colson’s astute insights restore balance and sanity. Encouraging you to abide in God’s love, he reveals the truth behind today’s pressing political and social issues so you can live fearlessly in a godless culture.
Recession-Proof Living Bill Wiese Paperback, 240 pp., $15.99 Frontline (October 4, 2011)
Early in his career, Bill Wiese made the decision to study the Bible carefully and apply God’s methods to every move that he made. As a result, he attained success that was unheard of, simply because he adhered to God’s plan. Now he shares these biblical principles along with true stories of his experiences to demonstrate how anyone can achieve success—spiritually, financially, physically, and corporately—by living according to God’s economic system. Even if every effort and method you’ve tried has failed, living by God’s standard won’t.
The Truth About Money Lies Russ Crosson and Kelly Talamo Paperback, 224 pp., $13.99 Harvest House Publishers (February 1, 2012)
In this important book, Russ Crosson, CEO of Ron Blue & Co. (the highly successful Christian-based financial planning advisory firm), teams up with gifted communicator Kelly Talamo to offer readers the truth about popular money lies that influence the spending decisions of millions of Americans. Through the use of everyday stories about men and women who wrestle with spending decisions everyone faces, the authors expose the lies involved and give truth principles based on the Bible to refute the lies.
7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess Jen Hatmaker Paperback, 224 pp., $14.99 B&H Books (January 1, 2012)
Disturbed by her family’s comfortableness with American excess, Jen Hatmaker writes with humor and depth about their unique social and spiritual decision to live by a rule of seven, reducing material possessions/ distractions in order to connect with a greatly increased God.