The Crusade Went To Easley, SC

The crusade went to Easley, SC this weekend!

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak at 5 Point Fellowship Church, pastored by Dean Herman.  I was able to teach as part of the "I Screwed Up" series, and this Sunday was the "I Screwed Up …  Financially" segment.

I love being able to teach on personal finances!  Why?  Because I once was broke, and now I am not!  Because I once had an average savings balance of $4.13, and every single time something broke down, I experienced a financial emergency!

I was able to get out of debt in 14 months, and I KNOW that you can accomplish debt freedom too!

Anyway, after speaking at the 9:00AM and 10:30AM services, I was able to teach the Financial Learning Experience in the evening.  I LOVE teaching the FLE!!!  During the FLE, I teach the exact tools that I used to become debt free.  We also calculate how much money will be needed to fund our retirement and how compound interest can help you get there more quickly!

Here is what is so awesome.  I was able to teach the FLE at 5 Point Fellowship back in January.  Today, I had multiple people coming up to me to tell me the changes they have been able to make in the last 9 months.

Here is a sampling of the stories.  One couple has paid off a car, paid off the VISA, and went on a couple of vacations with cash!  Another couple calculated their debt freedom date and are WAY AHEAD of schedule!  Another couple has written their dreams on paper and are putting together a plan that will allow them to achieve them – one of their dreams is to give each of their children a paid-for house to start them off in life.  WOW!

I am SO GLAD that I fired myself from Corporate America.  I am SO GLAD that I have been given the privilege to crusade and help others accomplish far more than they ever thought possible with their personal finances!

Interested in having me speak/teach at your church or organization?  E-mail me HERE!

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1 Comment

  1. Saving Freak on October 15, 2007 at 5:26 am

    Hearing about people who are changing their lives for the better is always one of the best parts of this blog.



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