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Your Life Can Echo into Eternity

What are you doing with your time, talent and treasure?

Business investor Phil Wiegand points the way to such a life. He demonstrates—through personal anecdotes and solid biblical guidance—how any ordinary life can become an extraordinary adventure.

Each of us, he writes, is given a “loaf” of time. Each new day shortens it by one slice. Will it crumble to the dust of the temporal and quickly be forgotten, or will it rise up for eternal value?

Our time, talent, and treasure, the 3 Ts, are being consumed daily by something. Through KingdomNomics, you will discover principles so you can be a wise steward of your time, talent, and treasure.

You’ll make many investments in this life; the moments invested in exploring this website and reading Phil’s book will bring dividends that will change the scope of eternity for you.

Phil invites you to join him in discovering and enjoying a life that will echo into eternity.

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