Proverbs 22:7 The rich rules over the poor, and the borrower is the slave of the lender.
Debt is bondage …
It enslaves you …
It holds you back …
And it keeps you from following God
If you haven’t noticed, our national economy is in a downward spiral. The media and our government want us to believe that the solution is simply spending more money. If we spend more, more jobs will be created and the economy will recover. But it doesn’t make sense to spend money that you don’t have!!
At Cornerstone we want to help you get your finances under control. We don’t want you to be enslaved to personal debt. We want you to be able to follow God when He calls you to do something. Worry and anxiety about your finances will only keep you from doing what God created you to do. So we want to do something practical about it. We have two huge events this week.
Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall For Hope
First, on Thursday night, April 23rd, we are joining thousands of churches around the country to join Dave Ramsey’s Town Hall for Hope. Come join us at 8pm at Cornerstone to watch Dave share a message of hope. Here’s a video with more info
Joe Sangl’s Financial Learning Experience
On Saturday night, April 25th, we are excited and FIRED UP about having Joe Sangl join us live here at Cornerstone again. Joe is on a mission to help people do far more with their money than they thought possible. He believes that when you live in financial freedom you can actually do what God put you on this earth to do! Starting at 6pm, join us at Cornerstone for Joe’s Financial Learning Experience. I want to stress how much this experience can help you in the area of your personal finances. We will not be having our normal Saturday Night Worship Experience, but this is an experience that you don’t want to miss. We are asking for a suggested donation of $10 to help cover the cost of the materials. You can sign up if you want at Cornerstone’s website.
Thank you for bringing this event to the Galax community. I've got some family in that area and know that times were difficult a few years ago and only guess that times have gotten harder there. I will make sure that they know about this opportunity.
Thanks for spreading the word. Joe is awesome. We had him last year and he made a huge difference in the lives of several of our families. Times are pretty tough here with the furniture and textile factories moving out, but we can't lose hope. Thanks again