Item description for The Financial Pilgrimage by Sean K. Mitchell...
Overview Saturated in spiritual thought, this is not the latest "steps to success" book; rather , it challenges the reader to reevaluate the overall purpose of his or her financial journey.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.76 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1597811998 ISBN13 9781597811996
Availability 102 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 23, 2016 11:41.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Financial Pilgrimage?
Hope, tips, principles, and vision for the journey Mar 15, 2006
Written with a pastor's heart and drawing from a well of personal experience. The Financial Pilgrimage addresses the pitfalls and temptations common to us all as we seek a right relationship with God and mammon. Sean reminds us that there is hope for everyone no matter where they are on the journey.
A "Must Read" for Anyone on Pilgrimage Feb 1, 2006
"It is not often that I can pick up a book with clear, spiritual content and know that its author is from my generation - GenX - the generation that was supposed to be without direction and purpose. Here in 2005, I can pick up The Financial Pilgrimage and be reminded of the simplicity of that ancient Gospel that should be the center of my every decision, from complex desires to finances. The Christ in The Financial Pilgrimage is easy to find, and as a Catholic writer, I give Sean many more than five stars for NOT promising another 'you deserve to prosper' book. The Financial Pilgrimage is a keeper for the family bookshelf and I intend to pass it on to everyone I meet".
Examine Your Heart Before Opening Your Bank Account Jan 27, 2006
If you're just transitioning into financial independence as a young adult or if you've made a mess of your financial life, then this book really would be a necessary addition to your library. This may be the author's first book, but Mitchell is no rookie at pondering the personal and spiritual context that surrounds and undergirds the subject of money, vocation and finance. Before diving into more narrow books of the self-help nature, soak in this one. It will provide you with the roots and wings needed for living a truly fulfilling life with eternal ramifications--for your benefit, for the betterment of others and for the glory of your Creator.
A different kind of book about Christian finances Dec 15, 2005
This book doesn't claim to have all the anwers about how to get rich or avoid financial hard times. It's more about trusting God to work all things out for the good. We need more books like that, not books offering canned formulas and easy answers. The author writes with compassion and honesty as he relates his own financial pilgrimage and as he offers a real formula we can all really use..."Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you." This book will make you question your motives, your plans, and your strategies. Then you have to honestly evaluate this in the light of God's revealed will. Prepare to do some serious evulating and praying after reading this book!!
Outside the Box Oct 22, 2005
The author is my son, but in all fairness, the title accurately describes the content of the book. Sean doesn't pretend to have all the answers; he does, though, go against the grain in the probing questions he raises. Too many books with "financial" in the title present a step-by-step method to "name it and claim it" or else set forth a formula to obtain financial success. Instead, Sean conveys his personal "pilgrimage" and the conclusions he has reached in a way that the typical Christian can probably relate to. He has been there and done it, and he cuts through some of the "plastic" fluff that has seeped into the Christian community. A typical father would have gifted his son five stars; in this his first book, he deserves but four. Like father, like son--he earns his stars!