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Raising Financially Freed-Up Kids

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Raising Financially Freed-Up Kids: Participant’s Workbook

Raising Financially Freed-Up Kids can also be ordered with a 3-hour DVD that really brings the teaching experience to life. The format is excellent f...

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Stewardship Transformation pt. 4: Finding Your Why

Stewardship Transformation pt. 4: Finding Your Why In our last three newsletters, we've highlighted Michael Hyatt's strategy for setting and achieving goals from his "Best Year Ever" seminar and have...

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At La Semilla, we’re pleased to offer this type of training (based on Freed-Up Financial Living): 1) to build deeper relationships with our producers  2) to add to our commitment of seeing the rural economy of Nicaragua grow and mature  3) teaching that the life of a Christian is integrated, including in our finances.  Read more... La Semilla Ministries, Nicaragua
Good Sense Freed-Up Coaches curriculum is excellent and will allow me as a future pastor's wife to lead a financial ministry in our church home... Implementing the lessons in the other Good Sense resources has created huge trust and partnership in my marriage! Seminary Student Spouse & Young Mom
Our small Bible School in Egypt is for Sudanese refugees and church leaders, and they have recently experienced the Freed-Up Curriculum. The students responded very positively to the course. The biggest cultural issue that we discussed was what to do when you have a budget and someone asks you for money, which is very normal in Sudanese culture. Some students said they would take from money budgeted for other things but most thought it was better to have a budget for giving/helping others. I was impressed at this but encouraged them to discuss and find the right solution for them, as generosity in their culture is huge. Just an encouragement to say that your material is being used in Cairo and students are embracing it. Nuba Mountains Bible Institute in Cairo