Financial Peace University course starts Jan. 6 at Faith Community Church

Financial Peace University course offered at Faith Community Church

As we look to a new year, the economy seems filled with uncertainty.  In the midst of these turbulent economic times, many people are struggling with unemployment and credit card debt, while also trying to purchase a home or save for their children’s college education. There may be no better time to seek out a little financial “peace” and learn God’s plan for managing money.

Each year Faith Community Church in Hudson, Wis., hosts Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. A new class starts on Monday, January 6, 2014.  The nine-week course includes videos and written course materials.  It guides participants step-by-step through cash flow planning, eliminating debt, college savings and more—even tackling that frightening topic of following a budget.

Taking the Financial Peace University (FPU) course has been a life changer for many people across the United States.

“If you follow Dave Ramsey’s plan, it WILL work,” said Doug Weiler, FPU course coordinator at FCC. “The Bible contains hundred of references to money and FPU will help to show you how God intended for you to manage his resources.”

To get a better idea of just what Financial Peace University is all about, take a few minutes to visit the FPU website and view the preview video: http://www.daveramsey.com/fpu/preview/

The nine-week course will be held on Mondays, starting January 6, at Faith Community Church, 777 Carmichael Road in Hudson from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  The course fee is $95 for a comprehensive set of books and materials (and free child care!).  You can also learn more and link to registration information at http://bit.ly/IqbEQx.

Any questions, please contact FCC’s FPU course coordinators, Doug and Jean Weiler, at 651-398-1184.

Faith Community Church is located at 777 Carmichael Road in Hudson and offers worship gatherings at 9 and 11 a.m. on Sundays. FCC’s purpose is to glorify God and is on mission to make more and better disciples of Christ. All are welcome. To learn more, visit www.fcchudson.com.


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