Last call! Small group study resource on financial well-being

Only 30 leadership kits are left – a $79 value

Saving Grace is positively changing the conversation around money in churches just like yours. This resource has proved so valuable, the United Methodist Foundation of Western North Carolina is buying Leader Kits for interested churches. Seventy have already signed up.

All you have to do to claim your Leader Kit is register here.

Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being, adapted from the best-selling Freed-up Financial Living curriculum from Good Sense, provides the text and tools you need to address the topics of saving, earning, giving, spending, and debt, along with helpful strategies for achieving a sustainable financial life. This six-part study is based on Wesleyan values and helps you reach personal financial goals as well as address life concerns.

Each Leader Kit, a $79 value, includes:

Only 30 leadership kits are left in our inventory, so claim yours today.

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