Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and 6 Weeks on Money partner to promote a healthy relationship with money.
“This course was liberating. Before 6 Weeks on Money, I faced the challenge of aligning my giving with my values. It felt discouraging. But this course helped me identify my feelings surrounding money. I’m now facing the emotional challenges of money with valuable tools.”
Six weekly lessons to learn a simple and biblical approach to managing money
Learn why budgets fail and discover the freedom of living within your means
Practical wisdom to change your financial mindset
Live with greater self-awareness by understanding the 8 areas of money emotions
Set goals and make a simple plan for next week, next month, and next year
Experience freedom and generosity without guilt or shame
The exact, step-by-step plan to eliminate debt and save more
Use the 7 Money Moves to create a system that results in a mindset of abundance
Practical worksheets to make the lessons applicable today
“I was struggling to budget and manage finances. I felt ashamed and concerned about emergencies and retirement. As a result of this course, I’m working on feeling pain and anxiety rather than numbing it by spending money. I’m now paying off debt and saving money. Mostly, I’m talking to God about money now and asking Him for guidance. To anyone on the fence about Six Weeks on Money, I would tell them I love the topics, lessons, truths, and Bible applications. It’s so well organized, approachable, and confidence-boosting. It’s a blessing."
— Cynthia Hanson, Minneapolis, MN
Week 1 - Values
Choose your values, or someone else will.
Week 2 - Scarcity
Fight scarcity with gratitude and simplicity.
Week 3 - Agility
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
Week 4 - Integrity
Shortcuts never are.
Week 5 - Options
Create future options by eliminating debt or investing.
Week 6 - Giving
Giving it away changes our relationship with it.
Will there be a small group?
We provide a small group leader guide so churches can bring people together to discuss and build community. Individuals complete weekly lessons before attending groups.
How much time will I need for each weekly lesson?
Set aside 45 - 60 minutes each week. You may choose to devote more time and energy, as needed, to specific sections, based on your goals. Note: Week 1 requires a little more time because it includes an introduction lesson.
Who created this course?
Tim Schuster created 6 Weeks on Money drawing from more than two dozens experts, authors, and resources on biblical theology, financial best practices, and research-based psychology. Check out the Deeper PDF for a full list of resources, including notes and citations.
How do I get a discount or access code?
Church and ministry partners can purchase discount codes. Codes are applied at checkout.
What is your approach to credit cards?
Credit cards are not evil; they help establish credit scores and earn rewards. This course covers how to use cards intentionally and wisely. Learn the exact steps for getting out of debt once and for all.
What is your approach to generosity?
When we let it go, money lets go of us. Generosity helps us grow a healthier relationship with money.
Will I learn about buying a home or a car?
Yes. Making wise financial choices is a key theme in this course. We’ll show you what’s happening “underneath” the big purchases.
What makes this course different from others?
This is not a get-rich-quick scheme. 6 Weeks on Money starts with a different question. How can I have a healthy relationship with money? As it turns out, this key unlocks an adventure in growth and possibility.