Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University

FINANCIAL PEACE CLASSES

Approximately 70% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, regardless of their income. This means that “broke” has become the new normal in our nation. At the end of the month, many individuals simply have nothing left because of debt and expenses. You may be sitting there wishing you could get more financial margin in your life. Others of us have been blessed with abundance but aren’t always skilled in managing our finances in order to maximize our giving to the Church and those in need. No matter which group you belong in, we’ve got good news. You are not alone.

As a church, we want to share a practical plan that can help you discover God’s way of handling money. We want to empower you to get on a budget, get out of debt, save for the future, give generously and take control of your money. You are invited to join your fellow parishioners and others from our sister Orthodox parishes to participate in this nine-week course, set to take place at St. Nicholas from 6:30-8:00 PM each Wednesday, beginning September 12. 

Financial Peace University is the plan to help you take control of your money! This 9-week class can change your financial story in a matter of weeks—and your family tree for generations to come. It will teach you the seven Baby Steps to dump debt and how to spend wisely, save for the future, and give generously. It is taught by financial expert, radio host and best-selling author, Dave Ramsey, who appears on the videos we will watch as a group and discuss each week.

YOU NEED A PLAN FOR YOUR MONEY! THIS IS THE PLAN.

Within the first 90 days of taking Financial Peace University, an average family saves $2,700 and pays off $5,300! This plan works! More than 4.5 million people have changed their futures with Financial Peace University. You can too! Watch this one-minute promotional video to learn more! [Video]

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