Charlotte Rahrig’s new children’s book introduces young readers to the blessing of tithing and saving

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Jack receives special gift on Christmas, faces moral dilemma regarding tithing, selfishness in ‘Jack’s Dollar’

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“Jack’s Dollar” fills a large educational gap – one that exists in the area of teaching young children financial responsibility – and the merits of tithing, saving, spending, generosity, family and love.

Author of eight books in multiple languages Charlotte Rahrig has amassed 26 years of ministry experience in the areas of evangelism, pastoring, children’s ministry and teaching in Bible colleges.

Rahrig invites young readers to enjoy her new children’s book, “Jack's Dollar” (published by WestBow Press), which aims to teach them the blessings of tithing, saving and generosity.

It’s Christmas and young Jack has just received a very special gift – three banks from his uncle. This gift along with the special story his uncle tells, brings Jack to a crossroads. Facing selfish thoughts and desires Jack makes a decision that brings an unexpected surprise.

“Jack’s Dollar” fills a large educational gap – one that exists in the area of teaching young children financial responsibility – and the merits of tithing, saving, spending, generosity, family and love.

“Jack's Dollar”
By Charlotte Rahrig
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 38 pages | ISBN 9781490841311
E-Book | 38 pages | ISBN 9781490841328
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Charlotte Rahrig has published books in the United States, Russia and China. Her 26 years of experience in children’s ministry, evangelism and teaching in various Bible colleges equips her to understand how to reach the heart of a child. She has five grown children and lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

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