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Rejecting Mammon
Rejecting Mammon by Chris Cree

Price: $15.99
Author: Chris Cree
Subtitle: How to See Results from Your Giving
Format: Paperback
Length: 173 Pages
Published: 2019

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If you are a follower of Jesus who knows the Bible says you are supposed to be prosperous but feel stuck at just enough, just in time, survival provision (or less) which is causing stress, worry, and strained relationships in your life . . . then this book is for you.

Many believers don’t know how to prosper financially in the Kingdom of God. They give, but rarely, if ever, see increase. They see where Jesus said give and it will be given back to you. But it isn’t working for them in the area of their finances. They sow financial seed, but don’t know how to harvest.

God’s ways are higher than the world’s ways. God truly does have answers to all our questions, even the tough ones about money. The Kingdom of God provides ways for us to prosper in every area of our lives, including financially.

It is God’s desire that you become a financial resource for His Kingdom. But you cannot give away what you don’t yet have. Therefore, we must leave the world’s ways of prospering financially behind and start walking in God’s ways instead.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: A Tale of Two Systems
Chapter 2: The Power of Promises
Chapter 3: God Glorified in Answering Prayers
Chapter 4: Alms: God’s Provision for the Poor
Chapter 5: The Tithe: Protecting What God Has Given Us
Chapter 6: Firstfruits: Keeping the Storehouse Full
Chapter 7: Partnership: Expanding the Kingdom of God
Chapter 8: How to Plant and Receive a Harvest
Chapter 9: Next Steps

About the Author:
Chris Cree serves as a missionary in Scotland with his wife, Lisa, where they direct a campus of an international Bible college. He is president and co-founder of NewCREEations Ministries focusing on sharing God’s goodness and character with a hurting world. Previously he worked for 10 years developing WordPress websites and helping organizations reach larger audiences online. Earlier in his career Chris worked in maritime cargo operations and flew from aircraft carriers with the US Navy.