E. G. "Jay" Link: Spiritual Thoughts on Material Things - Thirty Days of Food for Thought
Spiritual Thoughts on Material Things
Thirty Days of Food for Thought
E. G. "Jay" Link
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- RELIGION - Christian Life / Stewardship & Giving
- RELIGION - Christian Living
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There has been a philosophy dating back centuries that teaches that all things material are evil and all things spiritual are good. According to this thinking, if you really want to be spiritual, you will divest yourself of all your material possession, take a vow of poverty, and separate yourself as much as is humanly possible from the evil, material world. Most pastors avoid teaching a proper perspective on material possessions because they themselves are often not sure exactly what they believe about wealth. Hence, the silence on this subject in churches is almost deafening. I have written this book to break the silence. I speak plainly about your material things and challenge you to think spiritually about them. This book is not intended to only change the way you think, but more importantly, to change the way you live. May this book provide you new spiritual thoughts on your same old material things.
Mr. E. G. “Jay” Link has a unique blend of professional experience. He is both an ordained minister and a Family Wealth Counselor. Jay has spent decades helping wealthy families develop, implement, and then live out strategic Master Stewardship Plans allowing them to maximize all that God has entrusted to them. It is his biblical knowledge and professional experience that uniquely qualifies him to authoritatively write, teach, and counsel on biblical stewardship for wealthy Christians. Jay has personally trained and mentored hundreds of attorneys, accountants, money managers, and financial planners in Family Wealth Counseling for their clients, multiplying his ministry to wealthy families hundreds of times over. His first book, Family Wealth Counseling: Getting to the Heart of the Matter, and his Professional Mentoring Program training helped birth a nationwide revolution in wealth transfer planning that has radically changed the way many advisors now work with wealthy families.