Monroe, NC (PRWEB) December 02, 2011
The existing Occupy phenomenon sweeping the nation is based on the reallocation of wealth to support benefit those who may not have sufficient. Kathy M. Pennigar?s new book ?Twelve Weeks of Giving? (published by WestBow Press) is about a enterprise whose workplace staff went out into the community and blessed other men and women through giving.
?Twelve Weeks of Giving? was inspired by the sermon of an evangelist from Life Action Ministries, who spoke throughout revival services. In his message he stated, ?God passes by the self-adequate,? and that ??we ought to be willing to give today out of abundance to provide the demands of other people, believing that tomorrow, if we have a need, God will use the abundance of others to meet our wants.?
Each week a name was drawn, and that individual was given dollars to bless other people. There were 12 people with 12 tips and spheres of influence. Throughout this project, the participants had been amazed at how resourceful the other participants were with the funds they were given.
?Twelve Weeks of Giving? was written to inspire other businesses and individuals to go out into their communities and assist those who are much less fortunate. Church groups, companies and people can use the examples shared to start off their own giving projects.
?We must be willing to give these days out of abundance,? Pennigar writes, ?to provide the demands of other people believing that tomorrow if we have a require, God will use the abundance of others to meet our wants.?
About the Author
Kathy M. Pennigar is a registered nurse and owner of a nursing agency. She has published poetry, newspaper articles and short stories. She has been married to Josef M. Pennigar for 33 years they have a daughter, who is also a registered nurse, and a son who is a drug technician, as nicely as two grandsons and one granddaughter. Jesus Christ is her very first priority, followed by her family, with whom she loves spending time. She is an artist and taught calligraphy for a lot of years. She also enjoys drawing, painting, and photography.
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