The True Value of Money
For most of us in the modern world, money is seen as an essential. We rarely question its role in our personal or communal lives. We judge “net worth” in dollars and cents, and use much of our waking life earning, spending, or envying it.
In this sermon collection, you’ll hear from prominent preachers on the subject of money and the human heart. They’ll encourage you—not simply to give more, but to be more. They present a view of an alternate economy, one where beggars are rich, the rich are impoverished, and a couple pennies just might be worth more than the net worth of Wall Street’s financiers.
You’ll be invited to view your use of resources as a means to know yourself. And maybe even to know God.
Table of Contents
Man Without Money (Introduction) – Paul Pastor
What Do You Need to be Happy? – Francis Chan
Treasure or Money? – Tim Keller
The End of Financial Folly – Bill Hybels
The Sickness of Envy – Nancy Beach
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