'Virtually New for Virtually Nothing' Provides Roadmap for Living with Godly Financial Principles -- and Saving a Buck
Contact: Matti Stevenson, 719-360-0586
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif., June 17, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Virtually New for Virtually Nothing: Maximizing Your Resources in Today's Challenging Economic Times," the new book by author, speaker and consultant Kim Moeller, gives moms a biblical roadmap for living by godly financial principles -- and saving money.
The book provides a framework for understanding resources from a practical and eternal perspective, including the idea that the way we use our resources on earth will have eternal implications. Building on a biblical foundation, Moeller covers such practical topics as finding furniture to fit particular budgets, home remodeling on a dime, searching for the perfect car with financial limitations and traveling with your family on terms that won't break the bank.
"I wrote the book in order to help women think outside the box in terms of maximizing their resources," said Moeller. "I wanted to demonstrate that there are unique ways to approaching our resources and help moms realize we're all stewards of what we've been given. In a sense, it's kind of a test to see -- if we've been given a lot or a little -- how we manage what we have."
Moeller and her husband, Carl, have four children. She has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate world as well as the nonprofit arena. In addition to being an author, Moeller is also a real estate specialist, speaker and consultant.
Each chapter includes personal examples of how Moeller applied the principles she introduces, including tips on how to use popular consumer services likes eBay, Craigslist and PayPal. Moeller also provides what she calls "Eternity Checkpoints" and "Eternity Action Steps" at the end of each chapter. These give readers a checklist for understanding their intended purchases from a practical financial standpoint but also how they measure up to a biblical standard.
"When you're parenting, if you don't have a target of where you're headed, you never know if you get there," Moeller said. "Then you are just shooting arrows into the air. You don't even know if they hit the target. If people have this eternal mindset, and they keep the idea that eternity is coming for all of us, then it helps people understand why and how they should spend money. When we think that way, it helps us to be better stewards of our money."
Reviewers are offering praise for "Virtually New" and its author.
Betty Southard, author, speaker and CLASSeminar instructor, said, "Kim's energy and enthusiasm is contagious! She lights up the room as she shares her passion for making a difference in our world. She both challenges and encourages people to discover their gifts and to use those gifts to reach others."
Additional information about Moeller and "Virtually New for Virtually Nothing: Maximizing Your Resources in Today's Challenging Economic Times" is available by visiting www.kim-moeller.com.
Kim Moeller, M.L.A., C.E.B.S has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate world as well as the nonprofit arena. She is a real estate specialist, speaker, consultant and author of "Virtually New for Virtually Nothing: Maximizing Your Resources in Today's Challenging Economic Times." She is passionate about helping individuals discover their strengths and help them to live to the fullest and achieve their dreams. Moeller and her husband, Carl, have four children.
To schedule an interview with Kim Moeller, contact Matti Stevenson @ 719-360-0586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.