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Ministry and Money: A Practical Guide for Pastors
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This is a book that needed to be written, and these writers are up to the task. It is hard to think of any pastor - at any stage of ministry - who will not find help of a variety of types here. - Cameron Murchison
The Jamiesons offer an excellent guide, which could easily be a seminary course, required of all M.Div students. - Lawton W. Posey --Sharing the Practice
This is a very helpful basic book for seminarians and pastors who seek to be compentent stewardship leaders. The reader is offered an astute theology that can sharpen financial perspectives and practice. - Jerry Hoffman --Word & World
From the Back Cover
"Pastors who want to utilize money more effectively in their churches and in their personal lives should read Ministry and Money. This practical guide is grounded in rich biblical, theological, and historical soil." -- Tom Harris, Associate Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Vero Beach, Florida
"As an attorney and pastor, I have found few resources that combine the theology of money with the practical application of resources as successfully as Ministry and Money does." -- David Gray, Senior Pastor, Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church, Bethesda, Maryland
Money is a key issue in today's Christian faith communities, but it can be a touchy subject to address. With the introduction of Ministry and Money, finally there is a practical resource for pastors and other clergy seeking a better understanding of the relationship between faith and money.
The authors provide biblical, historical, and theological perspectives on money, addressing issues such as how we understand the nature of money, how it should be used, and how responsible stewardship of money can be carried out in the local church. The book also serves as an excellent primer on accounting practices, church financial reports, and church budgets to help clergy readers work through these dimensions of ministry. Throughout, the authors provide real-life examples to help clarify basic approaches to issues of money in the local church.