Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity
by Adam Hamilton
"Enough comes like a antidote in the middle of a pandemic. I hope that classes, groups, couples, and individuals will use this book as a challenge to get healthy again by deepening our discipleship in the vital area of money and possessions."
—Brian McLaren, author/network
"Enough is an invitation to rediscover the Bible's wisdom when it comes to prudent financial practices. This book could change your life by changing your relationship with money." Read more about the revised and updated version of the best-selling book on faith and money by the Rev. Adam Hamilton.
By Adam Hamilton
"Enough is meant to be a guide and a source of encouragement and inspiration. In it, I will suggest that joy and contentment are found in simplicity and generosity, in faith and in pursuing your purpose in life." Read the Introduction from the new book on faith and money.
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By Brian McLaren
A year-end accounting mistake led me to give away too much money—but to realize how we're all caught between two American dreams.
Ponder these twelve questions to help deepen your discussion of Enough. Use with a group or alone.
By Kurt Willems
This incredibly helpful book is written for average Christians in America who, if they change some bad habits, will realize that their needs are taken care of and that they can become more generous than ever before.
By Carl Gregg
Do I really need a tablet computer when I already have a fully-functioning Macbook laptop and iPhone? And do I really need a Blu-Ray Player, when I have a quite-adequate DVD player? In our finances, might "enough" also be "as good as a feast?"
By Tony Jones
Hamilton, pastor of a Methodist mega-church, has written a commonsense guide that attempts to put biblical wisdom—and the idea of tithing—at the forefront of our lives.
By Mark Roberts
Do you have enough? Are you always striving for more? What might truly satisfy you? Will you ever be content?
By Danielle Shroyer
At its heart this book shouldn't be read because we're in a recession. It should be read because as Christians, it is our responsibility and joy to be mindful about what we do with what we have.