Financial guru Ramsey and his daughter, Cruze, teach a simplified version of his envelope system. They discuss working, spending, saving and giving before moving into issues such as avoiding debt, paying cash for college and battling discontentment. The book includes Cruze’s memories of growing up in the Ramsey household.
Dekker’s latest work follows bestsellers “Water Walker” and “Eyes Wide Open.” It’s part of a series of science-fantasy books that feature connected characters and settings, but not plot lines.
As with all of “The Outlaw Chronicles,” the book conveys the message that life is more than this world, that humans are more than bodies and minds. This book is suitable for teens and adults.
Darley, a director for International Justice Mission, takes risks for a living. He shares how Christians in any vocation can do the same.
He argues that prayer can enable Christians to procrastinate, isolate themselves from other Christians and develop pride. God answers prayers, he writes, but Christians must say yes to his commands and opportunities.
This small book uses a question-and-answer format to help Christians new and seasoned defend their faith. Questions include, “Did God use evolution when he created the world?” and “Why does he allow suffering?”
This book could be a perfect gift for young Christians. It also may serve as a guide for those who need ready answers for those skeptical about the Christian faith.