Giving Is the Good Life will greatly help all believers to see and joyfully embrace what the good life of generosity is all about. –D.N.
This book is one that takes an in-depth look at real life examples of the ways in which being God's delivery people not only allows us to be on the front-lines of answers to prayer in other's lives, but blesses our socks off in return…I will never look at what I have been entrusted with in the same way. –C.W.
As someone who is upper-middle class by American standards (and thus really rich by global standards), it's good to be reminded about the dangers of pride, entitlement, and self-reliance that can endanger my spiritual journey. The book does this in a clear but gracious way while issuing a higher call to a more purposeful way of living! –J.M.
Ideas will flow out of your heart and pocketbook when you absorb these concepts, but the enrichment for all of us including those who are closest to us will find eternal value when you see real practical generosity put into action. –J.B.
This book was everything I hoped for, and more. I was so inspired and encouraged by Randy's approachable writing style and the refreshing, honest, and Biblically sound way he shares this message of how we can experience the generosity of God through the generosity of people.
This book is not a poverty-mindset book. This book is not going to tell you to give away everything you own and forgo all gifts we've been offered here on earth. But this book is one that takes an in-depth look at real life examples of the ways in which being God's delivery people not only allows us to be on the front-lines of answers to prayer in other's lives, but blesses our socks off in return. It will challenge you to take a honest look at your heart and it will bring the generosity of the Gospel to light in a whole new way. I will never look at what I have been entrusted with in the same way, and seeking to be a good steward of it has taken on a whole new meaning (and become a whole lot more FUN!). What a tremendous blessing it is to recognize that everything we have in our privileged lives (I mean, honestly, if we are reading and writing reviews on Amazon from our phone or laptops with instant global connection for books we can have in our hands and read that very day, we are privileged, indeed) is the Lord's, and that we have the honor of being his delivery men and women. It really is the greatest work on earth. –C.W.