ABC's of Financial Freedom
Some books teach How-To. This is Why Not! It's biblical, and it works, a combination hard to fight. The author opens with ABC (Attitude, Bondage, Choice) and concludes with DEF (Decision, Encouragement, Funding). Now that you have the building blocks, you must personally experience the action strategies presented in the book. Ideal for churches (large & small), believers (mature & newborns), and givers (generous & stingy). Personal or small group format. Author Barry Cameron has been the Senior Pastor of Crossroads Christian Church (formerly Arlington Christian Church) since 1992, witnessing growth from under 200 to more than 2700 in morning worship attendance.
In the summer of 2004, Crossroads relocated to a beautiful 145-acre campus which includes a 3,100-seat auditorium, 500-seat banquet hall, 365-seat chapel, three additional themed auditoriums for children and youth, a 150-foot long train display with 6 functioning model trains behind glass, two huge water fountains, and a two-story bookstore. Future phases will include a sports complex and at least two parking garages. The current ministry campus is valued at over 25 million dollars.
ABC's of Financial Freedom has 6 chapters and 157 pages.
About the Author:
Barry Cameron is a devoted father and husband, bestselling author, dynamic communicator and Pastor of Crossroads Christian Church. Crossroads has a beautiful, 150-acre campus in Grand Prairie, Texas suburb of Dallas). Barry became the Pastor when the church was running 188 in 1992. Each year Barry travels all over the country helping churches through The ABCs program. Since 2001, The ABCs program has helped thousands of people with their personal finances and helped churches raise millions of dollars for Kingdom causes. Barry and his wife, Janis, have three children: Katie, Matt and Kelli, a daughter-in-law, Lindley, and a son-in-law, Johnny. They also have two grandsons, Will and Levi. Their family has been debt free since November 15, 2001.
Crossroads has been debt free since November 9, 2008.
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