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Join us for a powerful conversation with a pastor who loves the God of the Bible and who loves His truth. Hear his heart on why he thinks abortion is a racist tool, discover why he believes black and white ministers can change the narrative on race, and discover what we, as followers of Christ, must and can do.
What does the Bible really say about money? About wealth? How much does God expect you to give to others? How does wealth affect your friendships, marriage, and children? How much is “enough”? There’s a lot of bad information in our culture today about wealth—and the wealthy. Worse, there’s a growing backlash in America against our most successful neighbors, but why? To many, wealth is seen as the natural result of hard work and wise money management. To others, wealth is viewed as the ultimate, inexcusable sin. This has left a lot of godly men and women honestly confused about what to do with the resources God’s put in their hands. God’s ways of handling money caused them to build wealth, but then they’re left feeling guilty about it. Is this what God had in mind? Today, our guest will take you deep into God’s Word, revealing His perspective on wealth, your personal and family legacy, and how He wants to use you to further His kingdom work around the world. You can truly live—and leave—a legacy. The journey starts today.
John Amanchukwu is a passionate minister, father, speaker, and leader within many circles of influence. He has been a youth and college pastor for 15 years. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University where he played college football during his time there. He went on to get his Master's Degree from Liberty University in Christian Ministry.
Dave Ramsey is America’s trusted voice on money and business. His five New York Times bestselling books—Financial Peace, More Than Enough, The Total Money Makeover, EntreLeadership, and Smart Money Smart Kids—have sold more than 7 million copies combined. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 8 million listeners each week on more than 500 radio stations and iHeartRadio.