Good Sense Budget Course: Biblical Financial Principles for Transforming Your Finances and Life

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Zondervan, May 14, 2002 - Religion - 360 pages
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Everyone in Your Church Can Experience the Joy of Financial Freedom The Good $ense Budget Course helps participants discover tools and develop skills that enable them to control their finances, rather than allowing their finances to control them. Participants get practical help and guidance to: Prioritize financial goals Develop a personalized spending plan Identify action steps to reduce expenses Reduce debt, and much more! More than just a learning experience about budgets and finances, the course enables participants to reflect on their relationship to money and how it impacts their relationship to God. No matter what their circumstances--financial crisis or abundance--Good $ense can help everyone in your church to: Discover how to become a diligent earner, generous giver, wise saver, cautious debtor, and prudent consumer Learn how to resist the pull of the culture and draw closer to the mind and heart of God Experience the joy of becoming financially faithful as well as financially free The result is a congregation whose finances---and lives---are characterized by grace, joy, and freedom. Everything You Need Is Right Here! The Good $ense Budget Course includes one each of the following: Leader's Guide Includes complete teaching text leader notes, teaching tips, and more Participant's Guide Provides step-by-step guidelines through six sessions, individual and group activities, and resources for next steps 45-minute segmented video Includes inspiring testimonies, powerful dramas, and person-on-the-street interviews to punctuate course teaching and encourage group discussion CD-ROM Feature an easy-to-use PowerPoint(R) presentation to enhance teaching points in each session. Also includes reproducible forms. Life-changing, comprehensive, and ready to teach! Ideal for weekend seminars, Sunday school classes, or retreats Small groups of 4 to 9 members Large groups of 10 to 100 or more Can be presented in several formats: One-day seminar Friday night/Saturday seminar Two 31/2 -hour sessions Six 50-minute sessions One-, two-, or three-day retreats

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Balancing the Spending Plan 203
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