Christy Meyer from Mexico, MO shares her endorsement of my book, Money Management for Cross-Cultural Workers. http://www.crossculturalmoneymanagement.com
"Although I have had classes in finances, this is a tool I will refer to while serving overseas. Using this book as a guide will allow for issues to be discussed that many not have otherwise been considered until they arise on the field. It's important to make time, before going on the field, to discuss these things with your forwarding agent.
"Most people are not properly educated in how to handle finances, and because of the tension and stress it causes, many people are not even interested in learning. However, by taking it day-by-day, it is not so overwhelming. Even simple terms, such as ledger, are defined. Neat additions to the book were the audio interviews. I felt those interviewed were qualified to be speaking on the subject. The random jokes here and there helped to reduce the stress of handling finances and the devotions at the end of the week were like having a weekly reminder as to why I was reading about finances."
Ashley Vavul from Centerville, OH endorses my book, Money Management for Cross-Cultural Workers. http://www.crossculturalmoneymanagement.com
She wrote, "Ryan Eidson has a reader-friendly feel to this book. I say this not because it is too simple, but because as a reader with no prior knowledge to money management, the how-to daily guide really helped me understand how to tackle very important principles of how money management works. One thing that this book really helped me understand was the importance of writing everything down. This guide was incredibly helpful although I'm not on the mission field yet...this is exactly the book I will keep at my side."