Ken Hemphill begins by helping readers discover the blessing of contentment rather than the gnawing curse of greed that often goes along with stuff like houses, cars, and clothes.
"God is the owner; people are the managers," Hemphill writes. "When we operate from that mind-set, we avoid the stress in life that keeps us from being kingdom-focused people."
Also offered are helpful instructions on debt reduction, earning, saving, and spending. Most inspiringly, Hemphill addresses the biblical laws of giving and teaches a unique concept of "whole-life stewardship" that becomes a person's greatest legacy. Now that's worth more than anything money could ever buy.