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Kingdom Wealth Builders Review (Jim Baker)

Jim Baker

James Baker wants you to achieve prosperity. That means no debt and you’ve got more than enough resources to fulfill every divine assignment God has for you, plus enough left over to help others fulfill theirs. James is the pastor at Zion Christian Fellowship just outside Columbus, Ohio. He’s the author of a book called How Heaven Invades Your Finances. The best book on finances he’s ever written, he quips. I’ll review Jim’s Kingdom Wealth Builders Blueprint below.

Wealth With God is a company Jim started to help Kingdom-minded believers create the provision for their vision in 10 years or less. After seeing amazing breakthroughs in healing at his church—we’re talking people who were blind being able to see again, wheelchair-bound folks standing up and walking, reversing mental retardation, curing autism, etc.—Jim felt called by the lord to attack finances the way he did health. So he took about a year, read about 100 books on finances, meditated on some scripture.

“And at the end of it, I ended up doing an 18-part series on finance,” Jim says. “As a result, about 25% of our church got completely out of debt within 12 months; including, for many of them, paying off the entire mortgage on their home. There’s a verse in the Bible that says ‘you prosper as your soul prospers.’ So here’s the thing. For Kingdom finances, it always starts as an inside job. God wants you to become the kind of person who can carry the weight of blessing without it crushing you.”

“Money’s just another way to be intimate with Jesus,” he continues. “That’s what makes the whole thing fun. So our church has continued to see outrageous breakthroughs with jobs, people getting raises and bonuses, benefits, sales, commissions, witty ideas, business inventions, real estate deals—just Yay God things, putting it toward the Kingdom. God wants you to be able to fund your life’s mission and make your greatest impact. We need more Kingdom Wealth Builders, where you turn dollars into soldiers to accomplish holy purposes.”

Wealth With God

If money’s so bad for us, why doesn’t Satan just pour it on Christians and watch ’em backslide into hell? Why’s a good man someone who leaves money for his children’s children? You’re not the prosperity police. Don’t judge another man’s harvest when you don’t know the type of seeds he planted. (Jim’s got more sayings than Nick Cannon does kids.) Real prosperity’s about blessing not possessing; it’s about influence and impact, not toys and trinkets. The dude just doesn’t stop. Let’s fast forward to the offer, shall we?

Kingdom Wealth Builders is a course that will teach you how to partner with God, increase cash flow, and invest to multiply. By the end of the course, you’ll break off the self-sabotaging, limiting beliefs around finances and align your money with God; you’ll increase your cash flow by as much as 20% in 90 days without pinching pennies or depriving yourself; you’ll shave 30 years off your retirement plan; you’ll get crystal clear on what you need to do to create financial freedom in less than 10 years; and so much more.

You’ll have lifetime access to the Wealth With God Masterclass. There’s accompanying action guides; live group mentoring with Jim Baker himself; weekly coaching calls; a private Facebook Group; as well as recordings of all previous calls in case you can’t attend live; oh, and two free tickets to their Wealth With God Big Event. Cost is a one-time payment of $1,994 or six monthly installments of $394. As soon as I heard Jim say he cured incurable conditions with his sermons, it was a no for me.

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