Chairman's Chronicles
The Liberty Trust journey

 Kelvin Deal
   Peace and Prosperity

 Bruce McDonald

 Our Greatest Achievement

 Kelvin Deal
   Do not Desire your neighbour's house
Kerryanne Dalgleish

 Kelvin Deal

 Why is Interest-Free of so much interest?
 And is Liberty Trust really interest-free?
 Kelvin Deal

Living in Surplus - The Storehouse Principle

 Kelvin Deal
The Blessing of God
 Bruce McDonald

Kelvin Deal
   Sowing and Reaping Kelvin Deal

 Will there be a World Financial Crash?
 Kelvin Deal
 Forever Rich

 David Servant
 Seven Bible Principles Kerryanne Dalgleish
   21 years on - Things I still believe  Bruce McDonald

 What's going on in the World's Financial System?  Kelvin Deal
 The Principle of Community - The Lord's Supper  Kelvin Deal

 Money Tied up in Church Buildings  Kelvin Deal
   The Flood and the Storehouse  Kerryanne Dalgleish
 Sharing the Light this Christmas  Sent by email
 Sparrow Faith & Water Tight Pipes  Craig Hill
 Creating an Ownership Society  The New Zealand Institute
 Tsunami Reflections  Kerryanne Dalgleish
 Sowing from the Storehouse  Kelvin Deal
   From Christian in Business to Christian Business  Matien Kelderman
 Answers for the Baby Boomers  Kelvin Deal
 Laws of the Harvest  Kerryanne Dalgleish
 Servant to the Lender  Kerryanne Dalgleish
 Consider the Cost of Borrowing  Kerryanne Dalgleish
 The New Testament & Money  Craig Hill
   Investing like Solomon  Crown Financial Ministries
 Which comes first?  Home or Business?  Kelvin Deal
 Prepare before you Sow  Kelvin Deal
 The Principle of Multiplication  Kelvin Deal
 Tithing to God  Kelvin Deal
God’s Minimum Financial Standards for Married Couples  Crown Financial Ministries
 First in the Natural  Kelvin Deal
 Debt Free Prosperity  Harris & Coonradt
 Money Issues  Christian History magazine
 Money and the Kingdom of God  Brian Hathaway
 Paul Meyer on Giving  J.M. Haggai

Books for Sale

The Church of the Next Generation
There is a very real likelihood that Christians in the next generation (our children) will be among "the tail" - not "the head" in our society.  This 40-page booklet addresses the challenge facing young Christians in New Zealand and concludes with a three-step practical solution to provide the Bible's solution to this challenge.

The Money Book for Kiwi Kids
The Money Book for Kiwi Kids is written to help 8-12 year old New Zealanders learn about money.  

Its 44 pages are filled with real life examples, quirky illustrations and relevant Bible verses. 

The Money Book for Kiwi Teens
The Money Book for Kiwi Teens is written to help NZ teenagers learn about money.  
     How do I keep accounts?
     What about peer pressure?
     What about long-term planning?
If you have questions like this, the 64-page Money Book for Kiwi Teens has many important ideas and suggestions.

Books are $10 each plus $5 p&p per order.  To order, either:
  • Post a $15 cheque to "Liberty Trust, PO Box 2211, Whakatane" with your name and address; or
  • Deposit $15 into our bank account: 03 0490 0237819 01 with your surname as a reference and email us at info@libertytrust.org.nz or phone 0508 Liberty (542 378) to let us know your request & your postal address.