God and Money by John Cortines and Gregory Baumer

Two Harvard MBA students signed up for a class called God and Money. They worked on a research project for their professor culminating in a final term paper based on their research and the results from a survey of other Harvard graduates. They admit that it’s one thing to write about how to handle money that they didn’t have yet, and another to put their advice into action in their own lives.

The research includes all faith disciplines including atheists and agnostics, all weighing in on the topic of giving. There’s a great interview on You Tube (search the book title and authors’ names), a live interview with the two authors; you might want to check it out. They tell their story and tell how they’ve executed their own advice. This book is recommended; enjoy! – CMW