Reading this can help you get out of debt. It will prepare your mind and your wallet for useful financial action, unless of course, your girlfriend really has been kidnapped by ninjas.
See what the Bible says about debt in this how-to guide by Xeric Award winning author, Joe Chiappetta. It's a practical, helpful, and even funny how to get out of debt guide, illustrated with Silly Daddy comics. If you are in financial debt or just want help managing money from a spiritual perspective, this is for you.
Whether it be known as respectable debt such as a home mortgage and student loans, or not-so-respectable debt such as maxed-out credit cards or overdue bills, you don't have to be a slave to our materialistic world. With God, patience, and discipline, you can bust out from under the shackles of your creditors and become debt-free. Contains 8,000 words with 24 comics and illustrations.
Joe Chiappetta is an American author and cartoonist, grateful to be married with three children. Currently living in North Riverside, Illinois, his formal education was from Northern Illinois University, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with an emphasis in painting.
While trained in the more traditional arts, his lifetime creative focus has been in writing and cartooning. As one of the key members of the Independent Comics Movement of the 1990s, Chiappetta’s work is respected around the globe. He is best known as the man behind one of the longest running autobiographical comics, SILLY DADDY, which has been a rewarding creative endeavor since 1991. The series has received the following professional recognition: Xeric Award Winner, Ignatz Award Nominee for Outstanding Story, and Harvey Award Nominee for Best New Series.
Joe is also the author of a number of action-packed and thought-provoking Christian sci-fi novels. From his work, one can tell that he enjoys spending time with God, family, science fiction, and corny jokes. Also, at a moment's notice, he's usually up for a Bible study, a good game of chess, bike riding, building forts in the woods, wrestling, finding a big score of free samples while grocery shopping, and foam sword fighting.