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Financial Peace University offered

John Calvin Presbyterian Church is offering the community an opportunity to participate in a 13-week biblically-based financial planning program. The Financial Peace University program will begin with a free preview course on Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. in the churchís fellowship hall, located across from the Hefner V.A. Medical Center.
The class offically begins on Sept. 12 and will continue on Monday nights at 7 p.m. through Dec. 5
The program was developed by Dave Ramsey, who states that ěmore than 70 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Thirty-three percent of Christian marriages end in divorce and money problems are the number one cause.î This program has changed the lives of more than a million families.
The course teaches financial accountability in a lively, often entertaining environment and covers a broad range of financial topics.
A lifetime family membership in the Financial Peace University is $99 per couple or individual. The fee includes all of the materials ineeded to complete the course (textbook, workbook, 13-CD set, cash envelope wallet and more). There is a discount for early registration.
Richard Browne will be the facilitator. Those who are interested may call the church at 704-633-4333 and leave names and phone number or email address or go to the Financial Peace University website for information including how to enroll.

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