Item description for The Secret of Handling Money God's Way by Howard Dayton, Bev Dayton & Andy Davenport...
Overview This 12-week curriculum is fashioned much the same as "The ABC's of Handling Money God's Way" but is designed for children ages 8-12. Includes Scripture memorization, more in-depth questions, and activities to apply what each chapter has taught.
Publishers Description This 12-week curriculum is fashioned much the same as The ABC's of Handling Money God's Way, but is designed for children ages 8-12. Includes Scripture memorization, more in-depth questions, and activities to apply what each chapter has taught.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.9" Width: 8.4" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
Grade Level Middle School
ISBN 0802431542 ISBN13 9780802431547
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More About Howard Dayton, Bev Dayton & Andy Davenport
Howard Dayton is CEO of Crown Financial Ministries and host of the nationally syndicated radio program Money Matters. Howard s books and small-group financial studies have been used by hundreds of thousands of churches and individuals. He is a former naval officer, restaurateur, and real estate developer. Howard and his wife, Bev, have been married for over thirty years. They reside in Gainesville, Georgia, and have two married children."
Howard Dayton currently resides in Gainesville, in the state of Georgia.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Secret of Handling Money God's Way?
God is smarter than this Nov 15, 2005
I was looking for help teaching this subject to middle schoolers in a Christian school. I find the discussion questions far to broad to prompt actual discussion in the older end of this spectrum and too deep for children in the younger part. From Chapter 12 "Do you think Moses will be happy in heaven becasue he made this decision? Why? (yes, Moses will be happy because he did what God wanted him to do. He will be able to enjoy the Lord forever in heaven." Yikes, I can hear the crickets already. Not enough practical like balancing a checkbook, how credit cards work etc. and way too many softball discussion questions.