Financial Crisis: What to do when the bottom drops out by Jim Newheiser
Are you facing an unexpected financial crisis or anticipating the possibility of difficult times ahead? Financial problems happen for so many reasons, but right now the uncertainty of the future, coupled with unstable economic conditions, means that money worries are high on our list of concerns. How are we to prepare for financial difficulty? What do we do if we’re already in the middle of a financial crisis?
Counselor and author Jim Newheiser takes us through the timeless wisdom and comfort of God’s Word to help us face these frightening financial storms. He offers guidance for helpful ways to prepare for financial challenges, as well as direction for approaching a crisis that has already come. Through a balanced discussion on personal responsibility and trust in the Lord’s provision, readers will be equipped to take wise steps forward in faith, remembering that our true eternal treasure is unfading.
Jim Newheiser, DMin, is the director of the Christian Counseling Program and associate professor of Christian counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC. He also serves as director of the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship and is a board member at both the Biblical Counseling Coalition and the Association of Biblical Counselors. He is the author of Money: Seeking God’s Wisdom, the minibook Financial Crisis, and numerous other books. Jim has been married to his wife, Caroline, for many years, and they have three grown children.