Childcare is provided. Class fees are to cover class material
For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it? Luke 14: 28
FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY
Our Financial Peace University is currently over. Look for another class in 2016
We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University is just that, a plan. It teaches God’s way of handling money. With biblical and practical steps, you will get from where you are to where you have dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more.
Week 1 – SUPER SAVING: Common sense for your dollars and cents. Why do we need to learn how to save money? Why should we start now? Learn the seven baby steps that will guide you throughout Financial Peace University.
Week 2– RELATING WITH MONEY: Learn why it is important for spouses to communicate and work together toward success. Singles will learn the importance of accountability, and parents will find out how to teach their kids about money.
Week 3– CASH FLOW PLANNING: The Nuts and Bolts of Budgeting. Learning how to take control of your money starts with a budget. Unlock the secret of developing a monthly spending plan that really works.
Week 4– DUMPING DEBT BREAKING THE CHAINS OF DEBT: It’s time to debunk some common debt myths! Find out the truth about credit lies and gives you a plan to walk out of debt with confidence.
Week 5 – BUYER BEWARE: The Power of marketing on your buying decisions. Learn from decades of experience to reveal the power and influence that marketing has on your everyday buying decisions.
Week 6 – THE ROLE OF INSURANCE: protecting your health, family and finances. Walk through the world of insurance. Learn what you need—and what you need to avoid.
Week 7– RETIREMENT AND COLLEGE: Getting through the maze of retirement options and figuring out your best retirement plan. You will also learn how to plan for college so your kids can graduate debt free!
Week 8– REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGES: Keeping the American dream from becoming a nightmare. Learn the ins and outs of mortgages and how to win when buying or selling your home.
Week 9–UNLEASHING THE POWER OF GENEROUS GIVING: Learn how generous giving can completely revolutionize your attitude and improve your finances, business and relationships.
… if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you. Matthew 20:17
LOOKING AT OUR FAITH
April 7 to May 19 6PM to 8PM
Registration Fee: $10
Let’s face it, no one has all the answers when it comes to our faith.
Get to know others at Grace while learning a little more about your faith. Join us for Animate, a seven week series featuring perspectives on God, religion, Jesus, salvation, the Bible, the cross, and church.
April 7 – GOD/FAITH IS A QUEST: We will look at who exactly is the God we worship? Is God a mighty fortress, solid and unchanging? Is God a mystical, unknowable force that floats around us like a vapor? How can we speak of faith if we can’t even speak of God with any certainty?
April 14 – RELIGION: What does it mean to be spiritual? Is it the same as being religious? How do the seeds of faith take root and thrive. What role does organized religion play in helping—or hindering—growth? If religion is the problem, why has it held fast for thousands of years?
April 21 – JESUS: What does it mean to walk in the way of Jesus? What if our churches became places where we practiced being like Jesus? What if we were serious about joining in with Jesus’ Revolution of Love? What if we took the kind of social and economic risks Jesus took, and reshaped what it means to be a Christian?
April 28 – SALVATION: What, exactly, does it mean to be saved? From what? For what? Is salvation a reward we claim at death or something meant to change our lives right now?
May 5 – CROSS: The cross sits at the center of our faith, and yet our understanding of what exactly happened on that cross remains conflicted and confusing. Was Jesus our proxy? The payment? The only way to appease an angry God?
May 12 – BIBLE: Why read the Bible? Why do we keep turning to the same stories in search of some new revelation? What is it about the Bible that makes it worth repeated reading? What gets in our way as we read the Bible and try to make sense of it?
May 19 – CHURCH: What does it mean to be a church family? How do we stay connected to this sometimes-broken family system? What does it mean to commit ourselves to the church family, for better or for worse?