I was in Barnes & Noble over the holidays and ran across this book in the Christian section. It's called Becoming a Millionaire God's Way. I have not read this book at all, so I'm definitely not downing it or bashing it. I just took a picture of the cover, because it just struck me so weird. Here's a write up on it from Amazon.com:
"This newly revised and expanded edition decries the myth that Christians must be poor and gives readers the keys to financial prosperity. Dr. Anderson combines biblical principles with expert financial advice, equipping readers with the tools they need to attain the riches they deserve. An invaluable resource for current or would-be investors or entrepreneurs, this book not only inspires readers to become educated about finances but also spurs them on to action and compels them to move forward confidently to achieve their financial dreams."
I personally, don't have any kind of drive to become a very wealthy person in society's terms, so maybe that's why it sounded strange. I know people who are Christians and are millionaires, so I don't think it's a sin to be financially wealthy, but I wonder about that title. I'm just not sure. So, I thought I'd ask all of you...
Should we make it a goal to become a millionaire?