Money and me: How were your attitudes to money formed? Ginger Anderson-Larson invites people to write a “money autobiography.” She provides 30 questions that help one probe one’s earliest memories and images of money. While the exercise is for personal reflection, she encourages people to share their money autobiographies with a friend or confidant. The underlying issue is: “What is God’s desire for me in relationship to money?” (Currents in Theology and Mission, October).
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