becoming a generous people
The financial counseling ministry exists to encourage and equip our church family to discover the freedom and joy that come from applying Kingdom principles to our personal finances.
Financial Equipping course
Please join the benevolence and financial counseling deacons for an upcoming equipping class on stewardship. This course will encourage greater financial awareness and freedom covering topics such as giving, saving, spending, and getting out of debt.
This will be a 3-part course and we encourage attendance at all three sessions, as they will build upon each other. Married couples are highly encouraged to attend together, if possible.
Part 1: Introduction to Biblical Stewardship
Part 2: Zero-Based Budgets for Next Month
Part 3: Debrief on Previous Month; Hopes and Goals for Future
There is limited space, so please register to attend so we have enough materials ready!
If there are no upcoming sessions available, please check back on this page for future events.
Our counselors can help you create and implement a budget, devise a plan to get out of debt, and better steward your resources to cultivate a heart of generosity. If you would like assistance with managing your finances, request to meet with one of our trained counselors by contacting our Benevolence Deacons.
The financial counseling ministry is a biblically-based free service offered to our church community. As a lay pastoral ministry, we do not provide in-depth financial advisement or expert guidance on long-term investments.
If you are a member or have been regularly attending at least 6 months or more and want to become a financial counselor, contact our Benevolence Deacons to learn more.
Here are recommended reading on financial management:
Financial Peace, Dave Ramsey
Money, Possessions and Eternity, Randy Alcorn
Neither Poverty Nor Riches, Craig Blomberg
Sound Mind Investing, Austin Pryor
Your Money Counts, Howard Dayton