Jim Sammons

The life goal of Jim Sammons was to be a millionaire by the time he was thirty years of age. By twenty-nine, however, he was technically bankrupt. Some friends told him about the Basic Youth Conflicts Seminar and he replied, “I do not need a seminar. I need money.” However, he attended the first session of the seminar in order to appease his friends and was amazed by the totally new perspective on life, marriage, family, and business. Jim applied what he learned and has become a very successful and respected real estate developer in Fort Worth, Texas. His amazing life experiences have been captured in the Financial Freedom Seminar, which has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. 

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Jim Sammons
If God's Word is the final authority, how would His principles actually affect our management of money? In this first session of the...
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How does dependence upon God bring financial independence? In this second session Jim Sammons continues to draw insight from the life of...
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In our day and age, almost anything can be disguised with a promise of success. We would therefore be wise to examine the slogans we hear...
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This session actually complements and completes session seven: Purpose to Stay Out of Debt. After calculating just how many...
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While we may seek for answers to prayer God seeks for prayers He may answer. As Jim Sammons illustrates, He is ready to show His mighty...
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It is surprisingly easy to become attached to the things the Lord gives to us. In order for God to work through our lives and possessions...
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"It was understanding this principle that became the turning point in my own life." As it was for Jim Sammons, the Biblical perspective...
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"Violation of this principle . . . has brought more destruction to marriages and friendships and businesses and personal lives than any...
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Should I tithe if I am in debt? On which amounts am I responsible to tithe? And where is the tithe to be given? Answers to these questions...
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The crippling enemy of obedience. A subtle thief. A defiant squanderer of time and seasons. Slothfulness is all this and more. Here is a...

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