The Legacy Journey

May 15, 2013

in the generous life

I joined a chat last night and watched the promo video for Dave Ramsey’s newest brain child ~ The Legacy Journey. It’s a follow up course to Financial Peace University (where you learn to get control of your finances). The Legacy Journey helps you turn your solid financially planning into blessings all around. They have built a team of teachers that share truckloads of information and encouragement.

Y’all, I can’t stress this enough. Finances are one of the main stressors in marriage. Don’t ignore your finances. Make a plan and work your finances so that money becomes an amazing tool rather than something you fight about.

Paul and I have been using the principles we learned in the class and, even with major changes in our income, we are sane and making ends meet. We’ve cleared some debt and we continue to make plans as a team for where our money goes. We’re far better stewards of all our resources than we’ve ever been.

The Legacy Journey is the class that will teach individuals and families how to live and leave a legacy—one that will bless their families, community and the world for generations to come.  Dave Ramsey

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jay Dee - May 15, 2013 at 3:30 am

Agreed. Finances are huge. There are more Bible verses about money, finances and wealth than any other topic. On the order of 5:1 for prayer and faith each.


Meadow May 15, 2013 at 2:56 pm

Yes!! People, TAKE THIS CLASS!! FPU will seriously change your life and your marriage from the inside out. My husband and I took it before getting married, and within the first 2 years of our marriage we have paid off all student loan and car debt and saved cash for a trip to Europe and our 6 month emergency fund. We don’t fight about money. Do it!!


The Generous Wife May 15, 2013 at 6:53 pm

@Meadow It’s pretty amazing isn’t it? I’m amazed at how well all my classmates are still doing. It really changed their lives.


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