I was just standing around Barnes & Noble reading as much as I could of Becoming a Millionaire God's Way by C. Thomas Anderson, the first pastor to invite the Rich Dad, Poor Dad author to speak at his church.
Of course, I didn't get far past the intro -- written by the Rich Dad, Poor Dad author -- but what I read was pretty compelling.
About how Christians can't think it God's will for us to be poor...
...and neither should prosperity preaching be all about what we can get, but how to best use money as the tool it is.
To invest wisely.
To help others.
To not guilt and condemn people with wealth, and accuse them all of "selling their souls" for having money -- like some lady did the Rich Dad, Poor Dad author when his book became a smash success.
He said he didn't like his church in Hawaii because of that attitude.
Hopefully I'll get to read all of this new book some day.
Or at least learn the best tips!