Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing
Are you ready to discover the truth about tithing?
Tithing gets a bad rap.
Yet, it’s secretly the most powerful tool around for creating a sense of inner and outer peace and financial security.
I get it, though. Maybe you’ve got the skeptics blood running through your veins. (From Missouri, are you?)
Maybe you had tithing rammed down your throat in your younger days.
Maybe you think tithing is a scam designed to make churches and ministers filthy rich. (I know a lot of churches and spiritual centers use tithing-based “prosperity courses” as unofficial fundraisers. That may be part of the reason tithing leaves a bad taste in your mouth.)
Or maybe it’s more personal.
Maybe you’ve tried tithing with mixed results. Or no results. Or good results that suddenly dried up.
Recognize yourself? If so, then Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing is a must-read. It debunks the myths of tithing and teaches you, step by step, how to overcome your fears of giving, receiving and wealth in general – so you can create true, lasting abundance in all areas of your life.
Tithing changed my life, the minute I started reading my first Catherine Ponder book. I had mixed results. Like many others. But there was something about the practice and the concept that I knew I was missing.
Reading Catherine Ponder’s book left me with a brain full of questions.
As a former investigative journalist, I sought answers. And those answers led me to write Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing. I didn’t know it at the time, but my questions led to the creation of a revolutionary concept about tithing. When I wrote Catherine Ponder to tell her what I’d written, and to get her blessing, she wrote a Foreword for the book (the one and only time she’s ever done so for a living author!). I was humbled.
As Dr. Ponder says, this book transforms lives. And that’s what I’m all about. Helping people, just like you, create the most fulfilling life you can possibly have.
Even skeptics see the value. I remember many, many years ago, when Cash Peters reached out to me from NPR to say he had decided to do a 30 day tithing challenge and see what the results were. A decade later, he revisited his results. (Listen here to see what he had to say about it!). And Joe Vitale (you know, that cute, bald guy from The Secret movie?) said Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing was even better than his OWN book on tithing!
I don’t want you to take my word or the word of celebrities, though. Check out this random sampling of testimonials from those we receive every week.
I intentionally keep the prices of my products low to make access to this information easy for as many people as possible.
You can get a paperback 10th anniversary version of Giving Thanks: The Art of Tithing (with study guide) for $21.95.
Or you can get the same version as an e-book for $4.99.
Reading the book is a great start to changing your consciousness around giving and receiving.
Doing the study course (on your own, or with an in-person or virtual study group) will set those changes (and a whole bunch more!) in concrete within you, in ways that will truly create a different mindset and life for you.