New Financial Counselors!

I am FIRED UP about the fact that NewSpring Church is all about the body ministering to the body.

Over the past 18 months, I have personally provided financial counseling to over 650 people.

The demand for financial counseling has continued to grow, and it became very apparent that more financial counselors were needed.

Enter the new Financial Counselors!

Last fall, four additional financial counselors were trained through the Financial Counseling Experience, and they have been conducting financial counseling regularly since that time.

Now, this spring, I was able to train an additional six financial counselors, and they have been observing financial counseling appointments for the past few weeks.  Soon, they will be ready to provide excellent one-on-one financial counseling on their own.  I can't wait!  There is NOTHING like seeing someone you have TAUGHT go APPLY it and watch life-change happen because of it.

So, when you sign up for FREE one-on-one financial counseling at NewSpring Church, don't be surprised to see that you are assigned a financial counselor that is not me.  Trust me, these folks are extremely qualified to help you put together a plan that takes your finances to an entirely different level.

Are you interested in setting up a FREE one-on-one financial counseling appointment?  All we require is that you schedule the appointment AND show up for the appointment at the designated time/place.  You can request your meeting HERE

Appointment times are available:

Sundays:  9:00AM; 10:30AM; 5:00PM; 6:30PM (childcare provided!)

Monday thru Thursday: 9:00AM; 10:30AM; 1:30PM; 3:00PM


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1 Comment

  1. Kim on April 16, 2008 at 6:02 am

    I would love to get to the point where I could be a counselor also, but have a long way to go!

    I have a couple of questions.
    I am currently listing my debt to start the snowball effect and really want to get rid of this debt! I’ve noticed that you list the smallest debt to the largest which makes sense. However, what if I have a larger balance that has a higher interest rate? Should I focus on that first? I plan on putting all my tax refund toward debt.

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