Click Here to view past Brookwood Messages in the Finance category.
DIY - Do It Yourself Financial Plan - a 20 page booklet to help you get started. Click here to download your copy or email [email protected].
Where Does the Money Go? Find out now! Click here to view and download this budgeting tool for your use.
Recommended Reading - The Total Money Makeover available in the Brookwood Bookstore.
Financial Peace University - In Financial Peace University, you can learn how money really works from budgeting and dumping debt to building wealth. This nine-week class is offered several times a year through BrookwoodU. For more information or to learn more about upcoming classes, view our Events.
90 Day Giving Experience
Sometimes it's hard to trust God, especially with our money. We fear what the future holds, and we're afraid to let go of our money. The 90 Day Giving Experience is designed to help us take a step toward trusting God with our finances. It gives us an opportunity to let go of our fear and let God increase our faith.
By signing up, you'll receive periodic encouragement and be confident that someone is praying for you. To start your journey today simply email your name and contact information to us.
Getting out of a bad financial situation is hard work. We know it's overwhelming to feel stuck with money problems, which is why we assist Brookwood members and regular attendees facing financial circumstances with information about church and community resources as well as education in financial management and life skills. We want to help you refocus on God's faithfulness in the midst of your financial hardships and help you take practical steps to walk closer with God and others as those financial hardships resolve.
If you are a Brookwood member or regular attendee who is in a situation needing temporary help with home-related bills, would like to request a Financial Mentor, or want to inquire about Financial Peace University,
email Care Ministries or call 864.688.8355.
The Financial Care Ministry is not set up to handle emergencies or to function as a social service agency.