How to Be Rich: A DVD Study: It’s Not What You Have. It’s What You Do With What You Have.

(5 customer reviews) Price: $3.12 (as of 06/17/2022 22:35 PST- Details)

In this study, Andy Stanley looks at the early Christians, showing that generosity was the hallmark of the early church. Generosity changed everything. It changed the world once, it could happen again. This small group study is a tool that will invite conversation and reflection around the topic of what to do with what we have. He will encourage you to look at richness differently, which might just lead our families, communities, and world to looking at Christians differently.


Author and pastor Andy Stanley is convinced that most of us are richer than we believe. But we might think, rich is the other guy. Rich is having more than we currently have. If that’s the case, we can be rich and not know or feel it. We can be rich and not act like it. And that is a problem. In this four-session small group study, Andy encourages us to not just BE rich, but he helps us learn to be GOOD at it!

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Sessions include:

1 – Congratulations

2 – Side Effects

3 – Dollar Cost Living

4 – Diversify

Watch Session 1 of How To Be Rich

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General (Anyone)


Session Length

Less than 15 minutes

Number of Sessions

Less than 6


Finances & Stewardship, Ministry (Serving)

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5 reviews for How to Be Rich: A DVD Study: It’s Not What You Have. It’s What You Do With What You Have.

  1. Music

    Excellent book for all Christians living in the western world. Be advised that it will challenge your thinking with respect to stewardship and generosity.

  2. Paul

    Andy Stanley is excellent on any topic. This one he nails perfectly.
    The title really explains the entire book — it’s not about how much we accumulate, but rather how our character is shaped so that we rule money and not the other way around.

  3. Dan

    Good study. As always Andy has a honest way of sharing God’s truths. Opens your eyes to what type of Christian you really are.

  4. Chris

    Fantastic. Buy it!

  5. Yon

    Andy bases this teaching off 1 Timothy 6:17, which commands the rich to give away their wealth. Andy’s point is that to feel rich, people need to realize how rich they actually are, and instead of putting that money back into the coffers of extra stuff we don’t need, use it to bless and benefit others with generosity. Andy argues that those who are rich are discontent, and the only way to fix that discontentment is to stop being rich – by being generous.

    Hard words to live by, and scarier to put into practice. In fact, the concept frightens me. Perhaps if I felt more rich, then I would have no objection to what Andy’s teaching. But when I am making it by month to month in most cases, studying school and paying on loans for my education and car, it’s harder for me to see his point. Regardless of how difficult it is for me to agree with Andy, it doesn’t change the fact that Andy’s right. Most of us are rich – we just need to change our mindset about it. And perhaps that’s what makes this DVD study so necessary for everyone…

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