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Fear of tough times can paralyze the best of us, but it need not be that way for transformed people. The fact is, we can rise above the storm during tough times by keeping our focus on God.
From the introduction
John Ed Mathison’s stewardship program, Transformed Giving, has transformed thousands of lives and churches. But economic conditions have changed since the program was published. People are out of work. Churches have experienced reduced giving. Transformed giving, and transformed living, may seem out of reach to some.
In his new book Transformed Living in Tough Times, Mathison offers hope by going back to the Bible, looking to God, and lifting up the teachings of Jesus.
Ideal for individual or group use, this book’s contents include:
1. Return to Priorities
2. Focus on Fundamentals
3. Exercise God’s Creativity
4. Develop a Christ-like Attitude
Questions for Reflection and Discussion
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John Ed Mathison was senior pastor for 36 years at Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. Named National Clergyman of the Year by the Religious Heritage of America, he holds a master’s degree from Princeton University and a doctor of ministry degree from Candler School of Theology. He has written five books, including Transformed Giving and Treasures of the Transformed Life. In 2008 he established the John Ed Mathison Leadership Ministries, which is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). More information is available at www.johnedmathison.org.
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Book Description Abingdon Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0687657075