21 Days to Financial Freedom

The Power to Prosper

Recession-Proof Your Future

By Michelle Singletary

In 21 Days your financial life can change?

Yes, you really do have the power to prosper in 21 days.

How?

Take the 21-day financial fast challenge. Fasting at its essence is about self-denial. And Lord knows there’s a need these days for people to deny their desires. For it’s these wanton desires that have caused financial pain for so many. The 21-day financial fast is for you if you are stressed about your finances or you’re having money problems in your relationship with your spouse, friends, or family. Or maybe you are already a good money manager, but you’re looking for ways to do better with the resources God has given you. Whatever your financial situation, I challenge you to spend the next twenty-one days fasting.

Are you ready?

This gallery will provide you with a snapshot of each day of the 21-day financial fast. Each day will take you on a journey to explore what's keeping you from having financial peace. After reading the gallery, please visit my Beliefnet community page to ask me questions about the fast and finances and I also encourage you to get a copy of the book "The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom."


Adapted from Michelle Singletary’s new book, “The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom” (Zondervan, Jan. 2010). Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated columnist with The Washington Post. Read More about "The Power to Prosper"

Related Topics: Finance, Money, Christianity
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