More or Less by Jeff Shinabarger

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More or Less by Jeff Shinabarger is a book that deals with greed, materialism, and giving generously.

More or Less: Choosing a Lifestyle of Excessive Generosity

I remember the first time that I traveled to Chili in South America and spent a week with some precious Christians there. The trip left an indelible impression on me on how good most of us have it here in the good ole’ USA.
It was an eye-opener indeed and the Lord used it to give me a whole new look at lifestyles and possessions.
Jeff’s new book is along those exact lines.
In More or Less,  Jeff gets creative. He maps out some very intentional ways of giving to those in need and living with less.

I’m most impressed that the amazing and brilliant Mark Batterson endorsed the book. Mark says of it, “I genuinely believe that the more you give away, the more you will enjoy what you keep. This book will challenge you to do just that.”

That’s the main thought that Jeff unpacks in this easy to read volume.

And of course, the folks at David C. Cook know how to create beautiful covers. And this one is no exception.

In short, if you need a tune-up in the area of generosity, and you want to explore some inspiring and creative ideas on how to better flesh it out, you’ll like this book.

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