Rabbi Helps Christians To Get Finances In Order

By Elizabeth Jones


"These tools were here before we got here and will be here after we are all gone, so we might as well use them!" says Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn, Author of The Bestselling Secrets of Jewish Wealth Revealed! Believed to be the successor of Dave Ramsey, Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn, many people flock to hear his message in Clubs, Companies, and Churches.



"The People's Rabbi", as he is known, speaks in a such a way that is simple to comprehend, but also using history and humor all tempered with a lot of good advice. Often he is called the new Dave Ramsey and it is no coincidence that Dave Ramsey is an Evangelical the same way hundreds of thousands of people flock to hear him at a live event.

Rabbi Celso comes from a rabbinic line that goes back 700 years, and his work draws on thousands of years of Jewish wisdom. Yet, Rabbi Celso knows that real wisdom isn't just applicable to Jews, but to everyone; perhaps this is why his book has found broad appeal, and why he frequently finds himself in the position of teaching evangelical Christians about healthy financial practices. Gentiles deserve to know what we know about money and I'm going to be the person to tell them," said Rabbi Celso.

Maybe that's why he's known as "The People's Rabbi" - his teaching is based on a rich tradition, yet it speaks to everyone, from all faiths and backgrounds, about how to thrive in choppy economic waters.

One of his readers, in a review posted to Amazon.com, summarizes the wide-ranging appeal of Rabbi Celso this way: "[Secrets of Jewish Wealth Revealed] I highly recommend this book! Rabbi Cukierkorn has hit on the major issues that affect our day-to-day lives and the "beast within". :) With his practical advice and timely tips, he takes you beyond getting back on track today and into developing a plan for tomorrow. His personal approach makes it easy to understand, a joy to follow and a must-have for any person or family who wishes to beat the economic downturns of our day.."




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