Using ‘Saving Grace’ Study to Improve Financial Well-Being
By Ken Sloane
Wespath is hosting two virtual events in July to familiarize clergy and local church leaders with Saving Grace, a biblically based, Wesleyan tool that can help participants reach financial well-being goals. The planners of the event hope to inspire participants to host Saving Grace in their congregations and use it as an outreach ministry.
The first virtual event is Tuesday, July 20 from noon to 4:00 p.m., Central time. The event will be offered again on Monday, July 26 from noon to 4:00 p.m., Central time.
Each session provides an overview of the curriculum and features presentations from the content experts featured in the Saving Grace videos. Clergy who have successfully led groups through Saving Grace will also share their insights.
Talking about personal finances is hard, but getting the conversation started doesn’t have to be. Help your congregation get there with Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being.
Talking about personal finances is hard, but getting the conversation started doesn’t have to be. Help your congregation get there with 'Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being.'
- $15 for the first person
- Each additional person is $10
- All registrants receive an eBook and a paperback Saving Grace workbook (a $23 value).
Ken Sloane is the Director of Stewardship & Generosity for Discipleship Ministries of The United Methodist Church.