We will never be remembered in this life or after we are gone by how much we have,
Sarasota, Fla. (PRWEB) April 13, 2013
When times are tough financially, people often cut donations and tithes and other expenses that may be considered as “unnecessary.” James Hooks explains how those offerings may be more necessary now than ever.
In his new book, Should Christians Prosper?, author Hooks uses the Scripture to create an easy-to-understand guide to making good decisions and achieving peace, happiness and prosperity. Hooks stresses the idea that the more a person gives, the more a person will receive.
As an experienced leader and businessman, Hooks exposes the misconceptions and false teachings of prosperity and explains how to detect the difference between what is right and what is wrong. Through his personal story of debt, hardship, devotion, and success, Hooks offers advice to Christians and non-Christians alike on achieving spiritual and personal success. One of Hooks’ steps to prosperity is in the art of giving.
“People will never be remembered in this life or after they are gone by how much they have,” Hooks says. “However people will be remembered by what they gave.”
Should Christians Prosper? combines several simple steps with God’s word to offer a guide to controlling personal circumstances to bring about positive life changing experiences.
Should Christians Prosper?
By: James H. Hooks
Available at: Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and AuthorHouse online bookstores.
About the Author
James Hooks is currently retired and living in Sarasota, Fla., with his wife, Laverne. Hooks started his own insurance agency from scratch and worked 47 years in the insurance business and 13 years in management. He specializes in church prosperity and has been a vocational minister for over 34 years.