East Texas author defines true wealth in new book
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GLADEWATER – According to east Texas author Teresa Richenberger, wealth isn’t dependent on whether one has enough money to buy the next pair of shoes or to go out to dinner every night; it’s about being abundant in wisdom, faith, courage, truth, and humility. It’s about receiving the blessings God has to offer and sharing them with others. It’s about storing up treasures in heaven.

In her new book releasing nationwide this month, “Striking It Rich,” Richenberger uses examples from her own life to show readers how to take advantage of everything that God is offering them.

Whether they’re at the water park with their family, trying to please their boss, or striking up a conversation with the checkout lady, “Striking It Rich” gives individuals advice on how to always be aware of God’s presence. This guide is littered with gold nuggets that will enable readers to be full of God’s glorious riches and share those riches with others, as well.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Richenberger is a well-known speaker, author, Bible teacher, and evangelist living in Gladewater, Texas. She has been featured on the 700 Club as well as Seeds TV and Life and Liberty Radio Station in Dallas, Texas. She has spoken at several Tea Parties and was a guest speaker at the National Day of Prayer in Longview, Texas.
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