Find freedom through your finances at First Christian Church.

New class sessions starting this September.
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What would real financial freedom mean to you?

 

What would you do if you were totally free of debt? What would be different if you could stop living paycheck-to- paycheck? How could building a solid strategy for saving or emergencies change your future?

 

Financial Peace University can help you on the road to a stronger, healthier financial picture this year. Maybe you made a money-related resolution, maybe you heard about Financial Peace or Dave Ramsey, or maybe you’re at a major life change or even crisis. No matter your current situation, the class will give you practical steps you can begin taking right away.

Here’s what our last Financial Peace University Class accomplished together…

Families Enrolled

Dolars saved

Dollars of debt eliminated

Average turnaround per family

“We’ve got a plan in place, we see the end, the finish line is there. It’s a long road ahead but definitely doable. It’s a great feeling to know that… everything’s going to be OK.”

Here’s what each class will cover.

Relating With Money

Nerds and Free Spirits Unite!

Cash Flow Planning

The Nuts and Bolts of Budgeting

Dumping Debt

Breaking the Chains of Debt

Buyer Beware

The Power of Marketing on Your Buying Decisions

The Role of Insurance

Protecting Health, Family & Finances

Retirement and College

Mastering the Alphabet Soup of Investing

Real Estate & Mortgage

Preventing Your Dream From Becoming a Nightmare

The Great Misunderstanding

Unleashing the Power of Generosity

Meet our FPU-certified class leader: Bob Snyder

Bob’s passion is to help, people escape the bondage that comes from living paycheck to paycheck. From FPU student to now FPU leader, Bob has helped people at First Christian pay off $405,000 in debt, and add $230,000 to their savings since 2000.

This is Bob’s story…

“My wife and I attended FPU several years ago and paid off $43,000 in about 2 and half years. It was a great relief to be out from under that debt, but little did we know that I would be laid off from my job of 21 years shortly after paying off our last debt. Not having debt hanging over us made a very difficult situation tolerable. Learning to work together with our money has changed our marriage and our future. Having led FPU now for several years, I have seen not only the difference it made for us, but how it has transformed countless families that have been through our classes.” Bob Snyder

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