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Pulpit of Power

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by: Barry Ferguson
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Publication Date: November 15, 2014
Book Size: 5.25" x 8"
Pages: 416
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633183308
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Book Synopsis
In this exploration of the good and evil of money, Author Barry M. Ferguson brings to life a fictional character who is a Pastor at a poor church in eastern North Carolina. The Pastor’s life changes when he is suddenly confronted by a parishioner who is so moved by the Pastor’s sermons that he wants to donate a lot of money to the church. Unknowing and uncaring as to the origins of the money, the good Pastor only wanted to follow the path of Jesus in helping his fellow citizens. The year was 2008 and everywhere the Pastor looked, he saw economic devastation. His community needed financial help. While prayer and an old Bible were his tools of aid, the Pastor now had a new tool - money! As the money grew, so too did the power of his pulpit. What he did with the money and what the money did to him is an exploration into the good and evil of money.
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: November 25, 2014
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This is an excellent blend of denominational politics and the investment world. Complex and detailed about investment strategies and an intriguing glimpse of how money can be used for the better good in spite of how financial regulators dictate the use of money.
About The Author
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Barry M. Ferguson owns an independent investment advisory firm for which he writes a stock commentary newsletter as well as investment related articles that are published by various financial websites. In 2009 he was awarded the Cato Award for ‘Excellence In Financial Journalism’. In 2006, Ferguson authored the book, The Mindfield of Investing Money’.