3 Ways to Help Coach Your Community Through Financial Fear

3 Ways to Help Coach Your Community Through Financial Fear

Posted on April 24 2020

Preach On It

Teaching outlines from Andy, graphics, and videos will give you a head start on prepping for Sunday while addressing one of the most urgent issues facing your community.

Launch Digital Groups

We need community now more than ever. Don’t let social distancing prevent you from encouraging your groups to meet and discuss how today’s circumstances are affecting them financially. For tips on digital groups, check out this helpful post.

Make it Stick

No matter how convinced or convicted people feel, it’s hard to turn a sermon into a step. If Money Talked includes activities, optional homework exercises, as well as social media posts you can use to reinforce biblical principles and jumpstart new financial habits.

Nobody who applied biblical principles to their finances ever regretted it. They only regretted not doing it sooner.

Talking to your congregation about finances now will help them:

    • Evaluate their past behaviors and current relationship with money
    • Reprioritize giving, saving, and living (in that order)
    • Realize that finances and faith are connected

If we can help you get started, let us know. We’re here to help!

Preach On It

Teaching outlines from Andy, graphics, and videos will give you a head start on prepping for Sunday while addressing one of the most urgent issues facing your community.

Launch Digital Groups

We need community now more than ever. Don’t let social distancing prevent you from encouraging your groups to meet and discuss how today’s circumstances are affecting them financially. For tips on digital groups, check out this helpful post.

Make it Stick

No matter how convinced or convicted people feel, it’s hard to turn a sermon into a step. If Money Talked includes activities, optional homework exercises, as well as social media posts you can use to reinforce biblical principles and jumpstart new financial habits.

Nobody who applied biblical principles to their finances ever regretted it. They only regretted not doing it sooner.

Talking to your congregation about finances now will help them:

    • Evaluate their past behaviors and current relationship with money
    • Reprioritize giving, saving, and living (in that order)
    • Realize that finances and faith are connected

If we can help you get started, let us know. We’re here to help!

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