Build Study- Chapter 2- Tools & Resources

1. Memory Verses:

Quizlet Memory Verse Toola great tool to help you with the memory verses for each chapter.


2. Application Worksheets

Day 3:

Download the digital List Your Debts & Snowball Strategy (remember to save the file to your computer or device before entering any data)

Download the example List Your Debts & Snowball Strategy

Use the Snowball Debt Calculator

Day 5:

Download the digital Life Insurance Worksheet (remember to save the file to your computer or device before entering any data)

Download the example Life Insurance Worksheet


3. Day Six Tools & Resources


Watch the Building Your Finances God’s Way Video– Framing Your Finances


 


Listen to the Day 6 Audio Notes (coming soon!)

 


4. See their Story!

See how seeking and implementing God’s word on advice saved this guy $70,000. If you think this story will encourage others, please share this video!


See how one swing of a golf club dramatically changed this couple’s financial discipleship journey. If you think this story will encourage others, please share this video!


See how this one simple tool stopped the “blame game” in this marriage. If you think this story will encourage others, please share this video!

 


5. Additional Tools for the Journey

To help you on your financial discipleship journey, we have provided a few practical resources from a variety of people in the financial world. The resources listed below are related to what you’ve learned in Chapter 2. Our goal is not to promote specific products or resources, but to simply help you make informed decisions.

CREDIT CARDS

Credit Card vs. Debit Card

Credit Cards- Can’t Make the Payments

Credit Card Points- Is it worth it?

MORTGAGES

Best Practices for Getting a Mortgage

Debt to Income Ratio for a Mortgage

Renting vs. Owning a Home

What’s an Amortization Schedule?

LOANS

Student Loan Resources

Tax Refunds- Are You Loaning to the Government?

Loans to Absolutely Avoid

What is Personal Bankruptcy?

VEHICLES

What if I owe more than my car is worth?

How do I get out of a car lease?