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I’d Like to Help People Eliminate Debt and Manage Their Money Using Christian Principals. – LaShaundra

By on September 6, 2010
I’d Like to Help People Eliminate Debt and Manage Their Money Using Christian Principals. – LaShaundra

“Dear Steve,

-University of Alabama at Birmingham student, basketball player
-majoring in Psychology with minor in Sociology
-soon to pursue a Finance minor
-very interested in counseling people about debt and money problems
-eager to get people to change their mentally about spending more than they make

I just recently realized what I wanted to do for a living and that is helping people eliminate debt and manage their money using Christian principles. My motivation isn’t to take people’s money or make money off of old rich people, but to educate those who know very little. I found your site and was wondering if you could offer any advice in getting involved in this area. I really appreciate the response and enjoyed your site.

LaShaundra”

Dear LaShaundra,

The best place to start would be at your church. Ask them who they have relationships with that provides Christian based financial counseling. The two largest groups that come to mind that train Christian based counselors are Crown Financial Ministries and Dave Ramsey. Ramsey has a course he sells to train counselors and then sends referrals to counselors through some church network.

The Crown Financial Ministries Money Map Coach training course is here.

The Dave Ramsey Counselor Training class is here. Dave charges $2,950 for his class.

Please update me on your progress by posting updates here in the comments section of your question. I’m very interested in how this works out for you.

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2 Comments

  1. Anderson

    January 3, 2011 at 1:37 pm

    Steve,

    I am not sure if it makes any difference to comment, but, your direct criticism to Dave Ramsey is related to your lack of understanding of his pricinples. He is not only interested in having people getting out of debt, he is mainly interested in our integrity as well, and not only financial grouth. It might be quite dificult for you to comprehend this notion, since you are on the other side. He believes in the real God’s instruction given in the Bible, that is why your earthly mind can’t understand it. If you consider the negative impact of your teaching,

    Thank you

  2. Anderson

    January 3, 2011 at 6:37 pm

    Steve,

    I am not sure if it makes any difference to comment, but, your direct criticism to Dave Ramsey is related to your lack of understanding of his pricinples. He is not only interested in having people getting out of debt, he is mainly interested in our integrity as well, and not only financial grouth. It might be quite dificult for you to comprehend this notion, since you are on the other side. He believes in the real God’s instruction given in the Bible, that is why your earthly mind can’t understand it. If you consider the negative impact of your teaching,

    Thank you

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