This book takes the mystery out of money management by combining biblical laws with sound financial management principles, and easy-to-use tools to equip you to thrive in any economic climate. Follow this straightforward, common-sense approach to achieve your financial success.
When all the money was spent in the land of Egypt, all the people came to Joseph, and said, “Give us bread, for why should we die in your presence? For our money fails.” (Genesis 47:15)
Today we too are in the midst of an economic crisis—a global pandemic of financial illiteracy resulting in broken families, dependency on predatory lending, health issues, mental issues, bankruptcy, foreclosures, divorces, and homelessness.
Sadly, due to the lack of financial education, young adults generally adopt the patterns of their community with little or no chance of breaking that cycle, hence becoming a generational pandemic.
Using easy to follow instructions When Money Fails show you:
Marlene Stotts has over 20 years of experience in the financial services sector. Her financial literacy practice founded in 2001 specializes in helping individuals treat their household finances like a business. Her unique style of teaching combines the fundamentals of financial planning with sound biblical principles relating to wealth management. She is known for her bold, holistic, and common-sense approach to money management. Her life mission is: “To Rid the Body of Christ Of Financial Illiteracy.”
She is the founder of “Money Matters with Marlene” and “Closet Talk.” These programs focus on financial literacy including closing the wealth gap and leaving a financial legacy for many generations.
As a former track and field athlete, she understands it takes discipline to achieve goals, including financial goals. She has been married to Michael Stotts for 30 years and works alongside him to fulfill their calling and purpose for the Kingdom.
When Money Fails gives a step-by-step plan for growing in abundance and at the same time provides a plan for living an extraordinary life on every level….and then substantiates every recommendation with the Word of God. This is the book that I will now be recommending to anyone who is struggling with finances or has a desire to become better managers and stewards of their money. The struggle does not have to exist. The way out is now in your hands.”
“Most books have the ability to change a man’s life. When something changes, the value remains the same. It may take on a different form, but the value remains the same. This book however goes beyond change, it causes a man’s life to be actually transformed. As a result, it can transform their finances or the ability of that man to use finances, to manage finances, that can make his life totally amazing. Once something is transformed the value no longer remains the same. So, it is not only a life that is transformed because when a life is transformed generations are affected by it. Therefore, this book is not only a book that deals with an individual but one that deals with generations.”
The insight in this book is the exact biblical prescription for the believer wanting to prosper in an economic crisis.”
“The current pandemic has had a huge impact on the wealth of many of God’s precious people. As Joseph successfully managed the food crisis, the strategies in this book will allow us to manage the money crisis. When Money Fails gives the reader the tools needed to live above crisis, to live crisis-ready. This book is not just a “must-read,” but a “must-implement” book.”
As per my observation, believers are often the last to be informed of changes in the political and socio-economic environment, which can impact their finances and eventually their lives. We spend so much time in the “House of the Lord,” that we neglect our physical surroundings. We are holy, love the Lord, but financially illiterate. So, in times of economic crisis, we are the last to be informed and the first to be negatively impacted. During current times, we must understand where the economy is going, how it will impact our families, and what we need to do to rise above the turmoil. My mission is to rid God’s precious people of financial illiteracy. Due to the lack of financial skills at home, children generally adopt the patterns of their parents, hence, creating a generational pandemic of financial illiteracy.
I hope the information contained in this book will allow me to realize that mission and help you to achieve financial freedom. I am quite aware that there are thousands of financial books on the market today. However, this book takes a more holistic approach to money and money management, not just in good times, but in tough times. I pray that this book becomes a blessing to your family, your community, and more importantly, citizens of the Kingdom of God, God’s precious people.
“Once in a “Blue Moon,” you pick up a book that talks about money and finances along with piquing your interest. I must say, this is the book. Marlene breaks down the principles and helps you digest how your money and finances not only play a role in your day-to-day but how it relates to God’s plan. This is a book that I highly recommend to the young, old, and future generations.”
“To the body of Christ and the kingdom at large. This book reflects the mind of God for this season that we’re in and beyond. Marlene goes into great detail using the principles of God to direct us out of this global financial crisis. She teaches you how to navigate and become a great steward using great tools and strategies to create your vision and set your goals. When Money Fails is definitely an eye opener and it will push the reader to develop a prosperous mindset for financial freedom and stability.”
“When Money Fails will show you that even when money fails you don’t have to fail. It will provide you with the tools and the strategies to master the game of money no matter what. The economy doesn’t have to dictate your financial future. This book is a must-read and a must-study for you to win in the money game even WHEN MONEY FAILS.”
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