Back in October, I had the pleasure of meeting Sherrian Crumbley from KNSFinancial.com at the Financial Bloggers Conference. She is a personal finance blogger with a simple and clear approach to money. Sherrian educates readers about money using biblical-based financial principles.
And I thought it would be a great idea to get Sherrian’s opinion on “Get Your Money Right.” When I showed her the book, I was happy to hear that she wanted to read it and write a book review.
Here’s an excerpt from Sherrian Crumbley’s insightful “Get Your Money Right” book review (Click here to read the entire review – it’s worth the read!):
Get Your Money Right is not another system. It is a practical look at what we all face on a day-to-day basis in regards to money, the mistakes we make, and how, by well-informed decisions and actions, we can take every aspect of our financial life and make it work toward our goals.
This book paves that path by taking the reader by the hand, giving them the courage to move out of their current situation, and providing them with the primary tools they’ll need to make sure they never go back to a debt-ridden life again.
As far as motivation, Kembala gives: examples from her own life, words of wisdom, case studies, inspiring quotes, and success stories. These are seamlessly weaved throughout each chapter to help cement the reader’s resolution to change. (more…)
KNS Financial – Are You Faithful with a Few?
I really appreciate Sherrian’s thoughtful book review. She has an inviting, easy to read writing style. What I appreciate most about her personal finance blog is that it’s well-written and very informative.
I encourage you to check out KNSFinancial.com, so you can learn powerful lessons to be “faithful with a few.”
KNS Financial was founded in order to assist people with financial matters in a more organized and systematic way. KNS Financial provides Personal Financial advice, Budgeting Assistance, Tax Preparation and Advice, Debt Management, and Economic Commentary. Through our blog, Faithful with a Few, we hope to educate readers on these topics in a way that is logical, humorous, informative, and easy to understand.
Because God has called us to be good stewards of His money, we need to look to the bible for financial guidance. That is the aim of this blog, and even where the name originated (Matthew 25:14-30). I hope that I am able to encourage you to be faithful to God through your management of what He has given to you.
The Bible’s instructions are logical and sensible and anyone who implements them will be blessed in their finances. Consequently, everyone who visits this site (regardless of religion) will be able to find useful information to assist them in their financial journey.