Book Review: Faithful Finance

Finance is not one of my strong points. I’m an unorganized creative type who has long been confused and intimidated by the rest of the world’s ability to understand things like investing and insurance and all things dealing with money.

I was looking for a book that would keep things simple and practical so when the offer to review this one came across my email I immediately responded. I must say that this is the first finance book I’ve ever actually finished reading, and not just because I had to.

Stroud is straightforward and practical in her advice which I appreciate. The tips that she gives seem within reach even for someone like me.
And it isn’t just a book about money. She always draws it back to faith and staying focused on what really matters in life. I love how she makes a point to say that having money is not sinful, and it is actually a way of being able to be used by God to bless others.

I wish Stroud could be my personal finance expert to turn to in real life. I’m looking forward to implementing some of the strategies she gives and finally finding some peace with my bank account.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through Handlebar. The above is my honest review.