Our special guest is Kim King, author of the book When Women Give: The Adventure of a Generous Life. Kim is a member of the leadership team of Women Doing Well Initiatives, Inc., an affiliate of Generous Living, which provides education and tools for women to facilitate generosity. She previously served as an attorney and manager in the law department of Exxon Mobil Corporation for over thirty years, and she continues to privately practice assisting nonprofits and the under-served. Kim is passionate about helping women fulfill their purpose to the glory of God. She has served on the boards of various ministries and organizations, including Hope International, the National Christian Foundation-Houston, and the Women’s Council of InterVarsity. She loves to learn, write, and teach, and she has been featured as a keynote speaker at events around the country. She lives in Houston.
Women are entrepreneurs, highly paid professionals, and leaders in business. Many of us have skills to give. We are marrying later. Many of us have time to give. Women are also likely to manage the family money for a significant portion of their lives. Many of us have money to give. When Kim King, a former corporate lawyer, began her own giving journey she found herself short on resources that would guide her along the way. She faced many questions:
How much do I give? How do I find good organizations that are efficient and effective? What are some of the common methods of giving? How do I find others to join me on this journey? Most of all, she was eager to root all of her decisions in a biblical framework. When Women Give is filled with practical advice and stories to foster growth in giving at any and every level. Kim shares openly from her own story, both from her perspective as a donor and from serving on the boards of several Christian nonprofits. If you want to be a wise steward of what you’ve been given, then this book is for you. Visit Kim’s website at http://womendoingwell.org/people/kim-king/
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