Item description for Taking Care of Business: Establishing A Financial Legacy For Your Family by Lee Jenkins, Tony Evans & Eddie Long...
Overview Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30 percent of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20 percent since 1969. Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth but by the transformation of people. In his new book he offers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.
Publishers Description Despite trillions of dollars spent and the development of welfare programs, poverty has actually gotten much worse. Nationally, 30% of black families live below the poverty line, an increase of 20% since 1969. Lee Jenkins knows that poverty is not corrected by a redistribution of wealth, but by the transformation of people. In his new book, he offers readers comprehensive strategies for setting goals in the areas of family, faith, friends, finances, and fitness.
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Studio: Lift Every Voice
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2001
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802440169 ISBN13 9780802440167
Availability 0 units.
More About Lee Jenkins, Tony Evans & Eddie Long
LEE JENKINS (B.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville) is regarded as one the nation s top Registered Investment Advisors. He is President and CEO of Lee Jenkins Financial, LLC. An ordained minister, Lee is founder of Economic Evangelism, Inc. He is the author of several books, including" What to do When Your Money is Funny" and "Taking Care of Business." Lee and his wife, Martica, live in Atlanta, Georgia with their three children."
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On Target Dec 7, 2005
This is an excellent book. It explores and explains why so many people are in bondage to debt and living above their means. It also goes one step further and provides step-by-step methods to reduce or eliminate debt and bring balance to our financial lives.
Breaking The Cycle of Generational Debt and Bondage Nov 2, 2004
Taking Care of Business by Lee Jenkins has been a financial God send for a group of 9 couples in Kansas City, MO. Brother Jenkins explains what the Bible says about money and how to apply these financial principles in your life. He lays out why African-Americans have struggled in the area of finances and "Leaving A Lasting Financial Legacy" for their children and beyond. Taking Care of Business can help all peoples if they are willing to accept God's view on what the Bible has to say about money and be accontable to what the Word of God says. Money is a small thing, but it will reveal big things in your life! Thank you Brother Lee. We will continue to pray for you Martica, Kristin, Martin, Ryan and your ministry.
A Life Changing Must Read Jan 6, 2002
Taking Care Of Business is one of those books that you read and its impact is so great that you want not only to read it again, but share it with others. Lee Jenkins combines financial wisdom with biblical principles and articulates this blend in a manner that has not been presented before in written form, but he does it in a way that is easy to understand especially to those of us not in the field of finance. Lee Jenkins' methodology in this book is also impeccable as one chapter's content builds the foundation for the next into a higher level reading experience and life changing message.