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Major new initiatives launched to support biblical approach to money

In an exciting development three initiatives are being launched to help and support all Christians who are involved in any sort of money or debt advice ...

In an exciting development three initiatives are being launched to help and support all Christians who are involved in any sort of money or debt advice, or who want to know more about Biblical teaching on money matters and consumer issues.

A Christian Money Forum [CMF] is being created for all those who are working in this area or are keen to reach out in to their church and community to do so.

Paul Stears, who is chairing this project, describes the CMF as an exciting and potentially life-changing initiative for like-minded people to relate with each other and offer mutual support. Membership is free. For more information, email the CMF coordinator, giving details of name address and phone number along with a brief resume as to what your specific interests are. Find out more at http://christianmoneyforum.wordpress.com/.

Christian Moneywise has been launched by Tony Cunliffe to provide spiritual and practical teaching on managing God’s money, both live and online via articles, reviews and innovative video courses. To learn more from Tony, visit www.christianmoneywise.info and let him tell you about this exciting new ministry. You will see Tony is passionate to motivate Christians to be wiser with God’s money and promises to try and point all who contact him in the right direction.

Finally, founder of money education charity Credit Action Keith Tondeur OBE, has retired from the charity but has launched a blog giving an increasing range of articles on all aspects of Biblical money teaching. You can sign up for this at http://keithtondeur.wordpress.com.

Keith says: "I am really excited about these initiatives. The Bible says more about money and other issues than virtually any other subject, and I also know there are many thousands of Christians either working in the financial world or engaged in debt counselling or money management through their local church. These three initiatives should help many get a better understanding on the Biblical teaching as well as offering practical support and a place to turn whenever needed."

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