Life Fellowship offers Dave Ramsey financial course
DAVIDSON – New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host Dave Ramsey is introducing a new program, The Legacy Journey, which will be taught at Life Fellowship Church.
A follow-up to Financial Peace University, The Legacy Journey is a seven-week course taught on DVD by Ramsey, which shows families and individuals what to do once they have control of their finances.
The course helps people navigate their way through building wealth to leave a lasting legacy.
Ramsey has authored four New York Times best-selling books: “Financial Peace,” “More Than Enough,” “The Total Money Makeover” and “EntreLeadership.”
"The Dave Ramsey Show" is heard by more than 6 million listeners each week on more than 500 radio stations and The Dave Ramsey Channel on iHeart Radio.
“To leave a legacy behind, you have to live a legacy now,” Ramsey said. “The Legacy Journey equips you with the tools for managing your resources wisely and living a generous life.”
Each week a different lesson is taught, followed by small group discussion that helps lead class members through the program.
Topics include debunking myths about wealth and stewardship, investing wisely, contentment, living with a purpose, leaving a legacy, estate planning and generational wealth.
The Legacy Journey classes will begin at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 12, at Life Fellowship, located at Community School of Davidson at 565 Griffith St. Register in advance.
Details: Kerry Belcher, 704-895-0450.
Grace Covenant hosts 20 Life Transforming Truths class
CORNELIUS – Starting in January, Grace Covenant will offer a semester-long course covering the breadth of Christian beliefs and doctrine.
Whether you are a new believer in Jesus or a more mature Christian, the class will enrich and deepen your faith.
The DVD course is based on the book, “20 Life Transforming Truths,” by Dr. Wayne Grudem, who has been called one of the world’s best theology teachers.
Grudem holds degrees from Harvard, Westminster Theological Seminary and Cambridge. He has been a professor at Phoenix Seminary and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
The Grace Covenant class will be facilitated by UNC Charlotte engineering professor Ian Ferguson.
The course aims to provide a good understanding of all the main doctrines of the Bible in an accessible and enjoyable format, securing and grounding Christians in the faith.
Subjects include the authority of the Bible, a relationship with God, angels and demons, the humanity and deity of Christ, predestination, becoming a Christian, growing as a Christian, death and heaven, and Christ’s return.
Class will be offered at 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. Sundays, Jan 5-May 25, in Room 222 at the Cornelius Campus, 17301 Statesville Road.
DCPC series explores monastic tradition
DAVIDSON – Davidson College Presbyterian will begin a new series called “Exploring the Christian Monastic Tradition,” led by the Rev. Rob Spach, a college chaplain at Davidson College.
The four-week program will explore the origins and early growth of Christian monasticism, review the evolution and expansion of monasteries in the West during the Middle Ages (including the development of the Rule of St. Benedict), and look at the rich resources that contemporary monastic communities offer the Christian spiritual tradition in the 21st century.
The series starts at 9:45 a.m. Sundays, Jan. 5, 12, 19 and 26, in room B of the DCPC Congregation House, 208 Concord Road.
Bethel Presbyterian provides support for grief
CORNELIUS – The Health Ministries Team at Bethel Presbyterian will host a grief share program, called “Your Journey from Mourning to Joy.”
The 13-week seminar will provide valuable information for people grieving the death of someone who was close to them. The group also provides a place of support, where the grieving can be around others who understand the pain of loss.
The Griefshare gathering will begin 9 a.m. Jan. 11 in the Fellowship Hall at Bethel Presbyterian Church, 19920 Bethel Church Road.
Call Beth Moss at 704-892-05646 or email email@example.com for details or to reserve a spot.
LGBT support group meets at Davidson church
DAVIDSON - Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, which meets at DCPC every first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m., will not meet on Jan. 2.
PFLAG Lake Norman promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy.
Details: Bill Strong, firstname.lastname@example.org or Pat Baker, email@example.com.
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