When it comes to financial freedom, everyone looks to find adoptable habits and strategies to use to be secure in finances and peace of mind. However, what it takes is adopting God's way of finance and taking part in Christian stewardship, as described more in author Olney Ford's new book, 10-20-70: Golden Rules of Finance. For Olney, it is first following the 10- 20-70 formula for finance: ten percent in tithing, twenty percent for emergency and seventy percent for living expenses. Tithing first represents a person's obedience to God by giving the best first, which will then lead to making responsible decisions, rejecting habits of wrong thinking and setting boundaries with spending habits. The book's principles also stress the importance of healthy friendships and acquiring godly knowledge through the struggle of learning. As readers make these changes, they will expose Satan's deceptions and they place Christ first: the epitome of freedom.