nWhat is Your Purpose in Life? Life is filled with “Decision Points”where there are only two ways to live. We can take action by deciding (choosing) to live a life of Pleasing God as Jesus did or Pleasing Self as we...Read More
Category: Finances and Emotions
My grandchildren live in a world centered around instant gratification. When they want ice cream, they want it right now. When they want to play, they want to play right now. When they want a big loving hug from grandpa, they...Read More
There are terms to every business transaction you and I engage in. “Deal terms” apply whether...Read More
Take a moment and think about your money. What is the first thing that comes to mind? Did the...Read More
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Hello and thank you for visiting Wisdom for the Wealthy. My name is Don Roork, and as a Certified Financial Planner™ and Certified Kingdom Advisor™, I’ve been helping clients for the past 40 years to plan and pursue their financial planning goals and objectives.
Three years ago, in an effort to sharpen my skills in communicating biblical passages to better serve our client friends at AssetDynamics Wealth Management, I worked through a rigorous process to become an ACBC Certified Biblical Counselor. Our hope is that this training will enable to serve those we come in contact with in areas beyond financial products and services. We believe that helping others to live a transformed life that brings eternal rewards begins with a Gospel-centered, biblical approach.
The purpose of the Wisdom for the Wealthy blog is to communicate timeless and life-changing biblical passages about finance and money management.
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