The truth shall set you free. Ignoring it will cost you a fortune.
It has become clear that we are living a lie, and it has brought devastating results: Bankruptcy among churchgoers is equally as high as for those who don't attend. Financial misconduct is destroying marriages, families, individuals, and churches. A record number of churches are in foreclosure.
The church teaches us it's normal to have student loans, car payments, mortgages, and credit cards. It calls poverty a curse but isn't doing much to correct the problem, and it focuses on tithing and the elimination of personal debt - but debt elimination is not enough.
Wouldn't you rather thrive in your finances and live the life God has called you to?
Evangelpreneur will teach you:
How to get your financial life to line up with your faith life
How to save your family and your church from financial ruin
How to recognize if God is calling you to entrepreneurship
How to use entrepreneurism to do God's work on Earth
For too long the faithful have been held hostage by false teaching, bad teaching, and the poor practice of good teaching. It's time to break free from the bondage tied to financial issues and become an Evangelpreneur.
©2015 Josh Tolley (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
Ive read a good share of entrepreneurs book but by far this has to be the most intriguing one. Ranging from the usual topics as savings to leadership to pushing you to become uncomfortable until you take action.
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This book is absolutely amazing. Josh Tolley holds nothing back and if you go to his classes, he elaborates even more of what he is talking about in the book. He knows how to help people.
This book was the full Package. It opened my eyes to things. But didn't leave me hanging with just ideas....it gave practical advice. Plus the Narration was on point...not monotone nor over the top vocals.
This felt uncomfortable at times to listen. Felt discourage and disappointed at times. it did not inspire me to the contrary I felt terrible at times listening about the options I had.... It was like I was doomed no matter what I would try to do....
Not left. Not Right. Not wrong
This is not your average "Self Help" stuff.
Josh's thinking is exceptional. Meaning it's the exception.
Josh approaches topics and ideas from reason and logic. Then forms a strategy around what makes sense.
Evangelpreneur (Say that 5 times quickly! :-) ) explains how to come to grips with life while independent.
And the key, in fact the only method of independence, is self employment and business ownership.
That requires some personal reflection and evaluation.
Evangelpreneur helps to achieve that.
I actually read the book first before getting the audio of it. The audio version I listen to while I commute. I think they are both fantastic and provide something that complements each other. If you have the ability, I would suggest getting both as you will get something unique out of both.
Great question. It is hard to compare this book to another as it was so unique compared to what I have read. I would say that if you like books that actually change your life and your way of thinking, this is that kind of book. It is a shift in how you will live.
I enjoyed his emphasis on words to bring out the 'punch' the author was trying to make. I believe that he did a great job keeping true to the author's work.
Um...everything! No, seriously, the content in this book is a bit hard to take at first, it convicts us as readers because the author is 100% right in what he is saying. That pain though quickly turns into transformation in your heart and mind which in turn provides real steps you can take to gain back your freedom. Probably one of the best books I have ever read.
If you are wanting a better life for you family and service to God then read this book. Your job is only going to rob you of your destiny and politics has never been the answer. Every believer (and non-believer) needs to read this book if we really want to improve this nation and this world as well as the Body of Christ.
"Couldn't put it down"
Only wish it had been longer. Needed some more elaboration on a few points, but otherwise brilliant.
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