"You will be blessed as I was to hear openness and sincerity
that Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin uses in relating
her personal struggle with the totality of stewardship."
- Pastor T. Marshall Kelly, Huntsville, Alabama
"...while the principles are not new, she has put 'work clothes' on them
in a way that I have never seen before... the approaches she used
at City Temple were extraordinary - the results speak for themselves.
City Temple passed the million dollar mark in tithe
for the first time in its history..."
- Donald L. Bedney, II, Director of Stewardship, Trust Services & Religious Liberty
Lake Region Conference, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Chicago, Illinois
"...the changes made in your personal spending habits are phenomenal...
people are usually uptight and private when it comes to finances
...but you, through the Holy Spirit, managed to bring down the walls..."
- D. Eric Kemp, Creative Financial Advisor, Quest Capital Strategies, Lansing, Michigan
"Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin fosters deeper appreciation of a confidence
in the joy of partnering with the God of Heaven who owns everything.
Her journey through these pages may change your life."
- Ron C. Smith, D.Min., Ph.D., Editor, Message Magazine
Vice President, Review & Herald Publishing Association, Hagerstown, Maryland
"...Dr. Nowlin ushers in the full joy of growing up in Jesus. This book
generates the thinking of serious disciples to greater heights of faithfulness."
- Ricardo Graham, D.Min., Executive Secretary of the Pacific Union Conference
Seventh-day Adventist Church, Westlake Village, California
Dr. Kim Logan-Nowlin holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Special
Education, a Masters Degree in Guidance and Family Counseling and a
Doctorate in Speech Communication and Family Counseling. She is a
highly motivated, articulate and dynamic speaker on a passionate
mission for God. Inspired and empowered to serve God's people, she
is highly respected in her fields of study and among churches around
the world. Two of her most passionate desires are evangelism and
soul-winning for the building of God's kingdom, and to remain a
humble servant in order to help finish God's work.