Almost from its beginning, money has been a significant source of stress in people’s lives. Many of us experience at least one significant bout of financial distress in our lifetime. Sometimes financial distress occurs at significant times in our lives, such as …
If you feel that you are experiencing financial distress, I want to invite you to participate in a research study I am conducting this fall at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church as part of a Doctor of Ministry Program at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. The goal of this study is to help you develop ways alleviate your financial stress by setting goals, identifying spiritual and community resources available to you, building on strengths you and your family already posses, identifying obstacles and exploring ways overcome those roadblocks, and strengthening your relationship to God.
Participants in this study will agree to a total of five meetings: two interviews -- one at the beginning of the program and one at the end – and your choice of either three small-group or three one-on-one meetings. Each session will last no more than one-hour. You may participate in these meetings as an individual, as a couple or as a family.
Call me at the church office or e-mail me confidentially at PastorJim2006@icloud.com
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