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eBook Escaping materialism: Living a life that's rich toward God ePub

by George Caywood

  • ISBN: 0945564120
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  • Author: George Caywood
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Questar (1989)
  • Pages: 254
  • ePub book: 1646 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1525 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Those expectations hindered my understanding the central message that lay hidden behind its misleading title. A better title for the book would have been "Reflections of a Christian on Homelessness in America. As the author reflects on his own life in the light of a series of biblical texts, he forces us to face disturbing issues. Caywood's first job involved getting out the payroll for the Marriott Corporation. After an uneventful stay in corporate America he accepted the directorship of one.

Caywood believes that one can only truly experience the richness and joy of God by giving up money and power. While Caywood aggressively challenges the Christian church, he does so in a loving, thought-provoking manner. Christians and those dedicated to serving the community, both nationally and internationally, should read this book. Caywood, once the Executive Director of the largest homeless rescue mission in the world, now practices what he preaches

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living a life that's rich toward God. Published 1989 by Questar in Sisters, Or. Written in English. Christian life, Christianity, Materialism, Religious aspects of Materialism.

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To have a life that counts, we must stop robbing God and start giving generously. This is the most important ingredient for living a life that counts. Week Four: Use Your Talents Wisely. Three steps for Christians who want to use their talents for eternity 1 Peter 4:7–11. To do that, Christians must focus on their strengths, use their gifts with excellence, and live with intensity. Week Five: Give It All to Jesus. This week's material warns about the danger of holding back our resources from Jesus. Jesus offers us a life that counts, now and forever; all we have to do is let go of what we want and put our resources in his hands.

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Millionaires Against Materialism. posted 7 years ago by SampanMassacre 12 replies jump to latest. That's a bit simplistic, really (and done many times before). You sort of have to get rich to purchase the idle time in which to escape the rat race, explore your spiritual side, to write music, books or whatever. In short you have to have financial backing to sit around and find yourself. Most of us are too caught up in the daily grind to avoid materialism; and in partaking in the grind we have consumerism shoved down our throats anyway. You need means to escape this.

Cover has rub wear; text is excellent