You have a restored heart but do you have a restored relationship with Money?

I believe the biggest confusion in modern Christian life is how to deal with money!

Most of us were raised to outwardly despise money as part of Christian walk, while secretly believing that we NEED it to live. Ever wonder where the balance is?

Every resource available to us, be it time, talent, authority or technical know how, is something entrusted to us by God and He expects us to steward it. When you peel away all the hype, the truth is that money is no different. It’s a tool, like a shovel, that isn’t to be worshiped, but it should be put to use in service of God’s Kingdom.

If you wouldn’t describe your relationship to money as worshipful, well, I hate to tell you but there are two hard truths that most Christians don’t really get:

  • Anything you fear you worship AND
    • Poor people think about money as much as rich people.

Deut. 8:18 says…
” But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as it is today. ”

  • What if it’s impossible for Christians to live an ordinary life?
  • What if God is looking to pour money (among other talents) onto his children who are willing to learn how to steward it?
  • What if you’re thinking about money was constraining your relationship with God, because you’re turning down something He wants to hand you?
  • What if being broke isn’t any more holy than being a millionaire, because it’s less about how much money you have and more about your attitude toward it?

Great News!

Well here’s your great opportunity to learn about managing your wealth in line with biblical teaching, taught by a man who went from $3 million in the hole to build two multi-million dollar businesses.

In the last 18 month, God took him from wealthy but far-from-famous, to hosting events with over 700 hundred attendees, and being sought out for advice by industry leaders. Recently, as a launch partner for world recognized speaker trainer, Pete Vargas, he came in #1, beating out big names like Dean Graziosi and Micheal Hyatt.

His name is Pedro Adao. Want to know how he did it?

He spent more than 5 years in intense study of the Gospels and he hired the best coaches and mentors money could buy. That’s it.

Now, Pedro is putting on a Master Class to shave years off of your learning curve when it comes to changing your thinking about money in the Kingdom. (You can take it from the comfort of your living room.)

Pedro Adao
Best Selling Author
2 Comma Club Winner

It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

Gal. 5:1

I bet you’re wondering what the catch is?

No catch! The cost is $18.

If you are seeing this page you were probably invited by me, Andy Bunch, or someone who personally knows me.

I took this class 6 in July of 2018 and it was revolutionary. I’ve since been able to break free of a poverty mentality and revolutionize my thoughts around wealth creation.

For example, did you know that in God’s Kingdom you are free to focus on the value you bring to every situation as the person God designed you to be, and that money will follow value. I’m free from my life of chasing money to meet my own needs while pretending I wasn’t money motivated.

What kind of slavery are you facing? If you’re like me, finances play a big part in it?

Whether you’re facing lack to make your basic bills or you simply lack to resources to pursue your ministry, you need this training.

I can’t guarantee this is for you, but $18 is a small price to pay to find out? When was the last time you were face to face with a millionaire entrepreneur an-hour-a-day for 8 straight days–for $18?

Follow this link and sign up for 8 days of LIVE training. It could change the course of your life!

PS You need to sign up ASAP, because the master class starts this Thursday!
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I know I’ve had several times in my life when something cool was about to happen sometimes I took a leap, sometimes I didn’t. I’ve never regretted taking a leap. It always works out to my good. My contact info is on this website, however if you navigate away from this page it will be difficult to get back here as I’ve not had time to ad this page to any menus. Whatever you decide, I wish you well.