The Million Dollar Dime

Million Dollar Dime

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The lives of a former drug dealer, a discouraged pastor, a wealthy widow, a defiant stewardship committee chairman and a ministry development officer intersect on one momentous night where they are changed forever by one small, thin dime. And so will yours, if you are willing to take up the challenge issued by a brave young woman in the face of insurmountable odds.

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The lives of a former drug dealer, a discouraged pastor, a wealthy widow, a defiant stewardship committee chairman and a ministry development officer intersect on one momentous night where they are changed forever by one small, thin dime. And so will yours, if you are willing to take up the challenge issued by a brave young woman in the face of insurmountable odds.

Join Cassie, Aaron, Pamela, Tom and Carl in this moving story of faith and determination that leads to a victory that can only come from a loving and generous God. Find yourself in these pages, take on the challenge for yourself and experience the transforming power of generosity and submission to Christ that sets us free. Your journey awaits.

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The Million-Dollar Dime forcefully raises the questions of “how much is
enough?” and “who owns my stuff?” And yet, through Scott’s mastery, these
lessons are shared not in a pulpit style, but in the simple cadence of story.
"anks Scott for the reminder that “if all I had in life was God and a dime,
that would be enough.”
William High, CEO, National Christian Foundation Heartland
The Million-Dollar Dime is a life-changer! Once again Scott Rodin has involved
me in a story about stewardship that is grounded in scripture, proven
by life experience, and filled with surprises. But buckle up, it could just be
the best two hours you’ve ever spent reading a book about the truths of
God’s provision.
Douglas K. Shaw, Chairman/CEO, Douglas Shaw & Associates, Fundraising Counsel
The Million-Dollar Dime is a poignant reminder of the all-sufficiency and
incredible provision of our Lord. It also challenges each of us as his followers
to examine our own hearts as we identify with the attitudes and actions
of the various personalities portrayed in this captivating story. It exhorted
me to re-evaluate my own stewardship of resources that God has entrusted
to me.
Doug Burleigh
As a ministry, we are wrestling with what it means to live out a one kingdom
approach in the fulfillment of our mission, through total dependence on
God. In The Million-Dollar Dime, this challenge gets personal when we are
all provoked to embrace a life where truly God provides for every need. "e
great news is, he invites us to be part of it.
Chris Zaarour, National Director: Church & Partner Relations, Compassion Australia
Scott Rodin’s challenge to the two-kingdom approach to giving will open
your eyes wider to the way you see stewardship and generosity. In these pages,
you’ll grasp anew the joy and freedom that comes from the abundance
of God’s kingdom and radical, all-in giving.
Barry H. Corey, President, Biola University
This novel by Scott Rodin addresses the concept of “God owns it all” in a
format that is not “in your face” but hits our hearts with conviction, integrity,
and biblical truth. "is book will be a classic gift Christians give their
friends to encourage their walk with the Lord. Would I be OK with God
and a dime? I am not sure I’d pass that test. I encourage you to read the
book and see how you might truly answer that question.
Jim West, Co-Founder, The Barnabas Group
The cover of this book may say this is a fictional story, but Scott uses his gift
to chronicle a tale that is very true and poignant. The Million-Dollar Dime
reveals how all of us are wrestling with our growing understanding of the
stewardship of God’s resources and how our combined journeys lead to a
solidarity resulting in joy and the revelation of God’s Kingdom. It also reveals
that a choice to own and keep material possessions results in isolation.
This book is not about money—it is about community!”
Jim Liske, Prison Fellowship Ministries