Money Legacies

Donald V. Romanik

Feb/2022, 96 Pages, PAPERBACK, 5 x 7

ISBN-13: 9781640654570

Each of us has a personal money story developed early in life and stemming from the ways in which our family of origin viewed money. 

This legacy shapes our attitudes about money even as we mature, including how we spend it, save it, and give it away. Consequently, our childhood often determines our approach to money during our entire lives. Donald Romanik helps readers discover the consequences of that money legacy, for individuals and for the churches and other organizations to which they belong.

DONALD V. ROMANIK has been President of the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF) since 2005. Formerly, he has served as an attorney in both government and private practice and has been active in civic, charitable, and religious organizations.
A strong advocate of the ministry of all the baptized, Donald frequently writes and speaks on topics relating to leadership and resource development for Episcopal organizations, working to develop new models of lay+clergy partnerships and effective leadership teams to empower future leaders for a changing church. He lives in New York.


  • family stories
  • perspectives on money
  • habits

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