Item description for 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free: A Catholic Guide to Managing Your Money by Phil Lenahan...
Overview Packed with anecdotes and real life experiences, this book offers a solid Catholic perspective on how to make the most of God's generous gifts. In addition to understanding the necessary nuts and bolts of financial management, budgeting, and investing, discover how your Catholic Faith can be the base of a sound financial future!
Publishers Description Packed with anecdotes and real-life experiences, 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free offers a solid Catholic perspective on how to make the most of God's generous gifts. In addition to understanding the necessary nuts and bolts of financial management, budgeting, and investing, discover how your Catholic Faith can be the base of a sound financial future Author, financier, and life-long Catholic, Phil Lenahan, weaves personal experiences with catechetical training and real financial counseling experience to provide clarity on some of the biggest issues facing Catholics and their families today: Developing a closer relationship with the Lord Strengthening your marriage and family life Getting out of debt Paying for your children's education Managing your money more effectively Buying your own home Investing in your future ? and all the while, staying true to how God intended for you to manage His gifts. Here is how to take the gifts God has given you ? your skills, your education, your training, your income ? and using them as He intended. Here is how to not just get out of debt and begin saving, but to wisely and deliberately set budgeting priorities and achieve financial goals that reflect what you believe as a Catholic.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.28" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
ISBN 1592762018 ISBN13 9781592762019
Availability 7 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 08:09.
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More About Phil Lenahan
Phil Lenahan, president of Veritas Financial Ministries, is a Catholic who has counseled Many families on financial issues. His extensive background in accounting included overseeing the finances of a $250 million division of a Fortune 300 company. Lenahan and his wife have seven children.
Reviews - What do customers think about 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free: A Catholic Guide to Managing Your Money?
Make The Most Of God's Generous Gifts May 8, 2008
"ABOUT THE AUTHOR Phil Lenahan, president of Veritas Financial Ninistries, is a Catholic who has counseled many families on financial issues. His extensive background in accounting included overseeing the finances of a $250 million division of a Fortune 300 company. Mr. Lenahan and his wife have seven children."
"The 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free Workbook offers all the nuts and bolts to MAKE THE MOST OF GOD'S GENEROUS GIFTS. In this perfect complement to the book 7 Steps to Becoming Financially Free, you'll find all the necessary tools to implement sound principles of financial management, budgeting, and investing in your life...." [from the book of the back cover]
Answers I have been looking for Apr 18, 2008
I have been looking for sound Catholic advice on manoey managing and am happy this was shown to me. It is a great investment. But you must get the text that goes with it. At the time I ordered it, I was only able to find the text (sorry this site) on the Barnes and Noble websight. I got mine used and in great condition. It is a treasure I will share and give as gifts to newly married couples whenever possible. I wish I learned all this years ago!!
Great book for getting Financially Started Oct 18, 2007
This book does a great job of showing you how to put your faith first and money second. Phil makes money simple to understand and gives you basic goals to shoot for in order to get financially secure.
While showing you how to take the basic steps of getting to financial security, Phil includes short stories to emphasize key points and wraps everything up with biblical principles.
There is no promise that it will be easy to get financially stable, but the peace of doing so is well worth it.
This book is easy to read and relate to, and even if you are a financially minded person, the "why" behind your saving and spending gets clarified.
Read it, get the basics down, and you will get to financial security and peace.
A godly way to budgeting Feb 21, 2007
This workbook is a great way to work with your spouse when talking about finances and it helps you make godly decisions about your purchases.
A Great Book to put Your Bucks in a Row Oct 5, 2006
While there are a lot of personal finance books, only a few really deal with the reasons why a person/family get into a debt situation. Well this book starts with the reason why and goes from there. The book is divided into two parts: "the reasons why" and "what to do about it".
Personally, I didn't know what I'd get out of the book (I've read a number of finance books by secular authors). To my surprise, I actually started to understand where I was making my mistakes and where my place and my money's place are in God's plan. If you want to finally fix your money problems, this is the book for you.
I must admit that the second part of the book is much more helpful with the workbook, so plan on buying both.