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COS Lutheran to offer Financial Peace University Jan. 15

Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City will offer Financial Peace University, a nine-session course which looks at “healthy habits for dealing with financial resources” in a Christian context.

Learn how to maximize your money, use a budget, spend and save wisely, manage debt and take concrete steps to a strong financial position—using a faith perspective.

The course’s author, Dave Ramsey, has conducted training for thousands of individuals.

COS’ course will be led by retired banker Tricia and Al Curtis. It is scheduled on Wednesdays at the church beginning Jan. 15, from 6-7:30 p.m. while kids are in LOGOS and LOFT. Supper is available at 5:30 by reservation.

To sign up or get more information, call Tricia, 770-632-6186.

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