The KingdomNomics Converterlator
Transform Today’s Opportunities
into Eternal Treasure.
In his first book, KingdomNomics, business investor Phil Wiegand discussed the importance of being wise stewards of all the resources God has given us: time, talent, and treasure. This book, The KingdomNomics Converterlator, delves into the Biblical principles that clarify how we are actually agents of change in this world with rewards in heaven for all that we accomplish using those resources.
Each day provides new opportunities for us to serve God by strategically using the resources he has entrusted to us. A Converterlator is an agent of change; a transformer who not only experiences a life of joy now, but who also makes decisions that will echo into eternity.
A Converterlator sees the big picture, a picture that is bigger than just life here on earth. A Converterlator has a living relationship with God that makes an impact in our world and for eternity.
The Bible is clear that we will experience rewards in heaven. As we use our time, talent, and treasure for God’s kingdom, we will experience a life of opportunity, impact, and legacy. For those who take seriously the coming of a new life–one that follows earthly life–nothing could be more important.
Experience a relationship with God that will empower you to use all of your resources to live a fulfilling life here on earth and make a difference for all eternity.[download_converterlator]
PART 1: ETERNAL PERSPECTIVE
1. From Convert to Converterlator
2. From Perishable to Imperishable
3. From Consuming to Converterlating
4. The Compass of Life
PART 2: TRANSFORMATION
5. Your Relationship with God
6. Trusting God in All Things
7. Soaking Our Minds in God’s Word
8. Sowing God’s Word
9. Letting the Spirit Flow
PART 3: CONVERTERLATION
10. You’ve Been Designed by God for a Purpose!
11. Converterlating Your Time
12. Converterlating Your Talent
13. Converterlating Your Treasure
14. Your Echo into Eternity
Appendix A: KingdomNomics DNA
Appendix B: KingdomNomics Gospel Presentation
More Resources and Phil’s Bio