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Money Counts

How to handle money in your heart and with your hands

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A realistic, liberating and biblical book on money

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“Excellently practical, insightful and motivational.”
Josh Moody
Senior Pastor, College Church, Wheaton, Illinois
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Some of us want to escape money. Some of us want to embrace money. We fear money, and we desire it. We think about it every day, and yet often we try not to think about it.

Graham Beynon shows us how to control our money rather than our money controlling us. In this readable, realistic book, he takes us to the gospel to show how we can handle money well in our hearts, so we can handle it confidently and wisely with our hands.

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  • 1. Getting to grips with money
    2. How money became God
    3. Loving the right God
    4. What God doesn't say about money
    5. Invest in eternity
    6. Guarding against greed
    7. Giving and the gospel
    8. Giving in practice
    9. Living with money
    10. Give me…

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Contributors Graham Beynon
ISBN 9781910307359
Format Paperback
First published January 2016
Dimensions 129mm x 198mm x 10mm
Weight 0.14 kg
Language English
Pages 128
Publisher The Good Book Company

Orlando Saer

Senior Pastor, Christ Church Southampton, UK; author of Big God

Christians tie themselves in knots over their attitudes to money, yet the Bible is dripping with God's wisdom to guide our hearts and behaviour in this area. This book will give you a biblical framework for right thinking and decision-making on money matters.

Matt Barlow

Chief Executive of Christians Against Poverty

You will be inspired and stretched by this book! It provides insight to everyone, from those on high incomes to those not so well off and everyone in between.

Tim Chester

Crosslands Training; Author of Enjoying God

Full of common-sense advice on spending, saving and giving, Money Counts also offers the uncommon sense that comes from viewing life in the light of God's generous grace.

Independent reviews

Book Review: Money Counts by Graham Beynon

Robin Ham, 10 Dec 2015

It’s straight-forward and utterly readable, yet a thoroughly rich guide to getting our heads round money from a Christian perspective.... continue reading


Review in Evangelical Times

Graham Kissack, Evangelical TImes, 16 Apr 2016

There can be no doubt that we live in a society driven by money.
Even Christians are not immune to the demands and temptations of
wealth, which is occasionally fuelled by erroneous teaching. Sadly,
many have fallen into the debt trap and are struggling to cope.
In view of that, this book brings welcome teaching on what
the Bible has to say about money, both its wise use and its
dangers. Many will be surprised at how much the Bible has to say on the subject.
The focus is on how Christians should view all aspects of handling their relative wealth, in
light of our love for God and the prospect of eternity. This is a much needed emphasis for our times
and is set in contrast to the worldly philosophy of ‘you only live once, so make the most of it!’
Each chapter is balanced and warmly encouraging, and followed by a short series of
thoughtful questions for personal reflection. Clearly, the author has spent quite some time in
thinking through the issues of earning, saving and spending money. The chapters on ‘Getting
to grips with money’, ‘How money became God’ and ‘Giving’ are particularly helpful.
The book is well written and readable. Pastors intending to do a series of sermons or
Bible studies on the subject will find it a resource filled with useful information. There are three brief and useful appendices, on the topics of debt, loans, mortgages and insurance. There is also a list of other resources.
As a pastor, I am well aware that many Christians struggle with issues concerning
money. I hope that this title will be widely read and will help many to invest their time and money wisely for our gracious God.


Cash Flow

Marcus Watkins, Evangelicals Now, 1 Apr 2016

This is a book well worth reading, and reading again every few months! It will help us in our battle against our consumer, me-centred society, which draws us away from a full-hearted dependence on our glorious and gracious God, towards the false god of money. May God protect us from such error!... continue reading

Customer reviews

31 Aug 2017

“Wonderfully helpful!”

This book really helped me to see how God is most interested in our hearts, and how our use of money is to be defined by our life priorities as his children. What a challenging, heart-warming and liberating read!

19 Jul 2016

“Live a life less burdened by the problems of money”

To be honest, I wouldn’t leap at the thought of reading a book about money. And yet, after finishing this one, I felt encouraged and helped. I guess the reason is that money is a problem for lots of us - whether we spend too much too fast, or hold on to what we have too tightly. We know it’s an issue, and we feel uneasy about it. So actually, reading this book is like a breath of fresh air. It reminds us of how to think about money in a good way. And then shows us how to use our money in a good way. In fact, it is advocating a way of life that less burdened by the problems of money. And who wouldn’t want that?!
It’s probably stuff you have heard before, but have forgotten and need reminding. In fact, it’s probably the kind of book I should read on an annual basis in order to set my priorities straight again. (Funny how those priorities can shift without me even being conscious of it…)
So ignore your misgivings and buy the book! Money well spent...

22 Mar 2016

“Easily read, clear, Biblical, contemporary.”

This is a very accessible, Bible based, practical book which every Christian should read. It won't take you long, but the message is powerful. We need to simplify our modern lifestyle!

11 Dec 2015

“Straight-up, utterly readable, yet thoroughly rich guide to getting our heads & hearts round money.”


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