When Van Crouch spoke at Pastor Al Jandls church in the late 1990s, he had no idea that he would receive more spiritually than he had come to give. During a casual conversation about managing finances, Al confronted Van about having a storehouse for his ministry, business, and family as outlined in Deuteronomy 28:8. This conversation turned into a life-changing journey for Van as, in the next four years, he started a storehouse of his own, saw it increase more than hundredfold, met others who had applied this principle with the same results, and began studying the scriptures to understand how it all happened. That journey led to the writing of The Storehouse Principle.No, this is not a prosperity gospel book or a get-rich-quick scheme, but merely revelation that has come to those who have applied this simple principle from Deuteronomy 28:8 to their lives. When Al Jandl took over as the pastor of a church in Alvin, Texas in the mid 1970s he had no respect from his community, let alone his church, yet over the years as people have seen the blessings of God on his life from his own storehouse, he has become a prominent spokesperson for God throughout the area spiritually, financially, and politically. He has learned the true meaning of biblical prosperity and moneys place in lifeas a servant to increase the kingdom of God in the lives of his family, his church, his community, and his world.God wants all of us to have this same peace and abundance. The Storehouse Principle reveals how to take what the Bible really tells us about money and wealth and change our world with it.