Financial Peace University

Wings for Widows offers two options for financial coaching. The first option is a nine-week course offered through Financial Peace University. This course provides the basics - the essentials of financial management, especially debt management. The second option is a more robust, "soup to nuts" financial coaching engagement offered through Wings for Widows; learn more about this one-on-one coaching program here.

Financial Peace University

coach, because you'll be more likely to stick with it. The program is a nine-week course - about 90 minutes every week - typically offered through a local church. 

In this course you learn the "baby steps" in the first four weeks - creating an emergency fund, managing debt, budgeting, understanding cash flow, and saving. These are the basics of successful money management. In the next five weeks you'll learn how to navigate spending, insurance, investing, real estate and charitable giving. Millions have benefited from FPU and maybe you would too.

If this is the best option for you, you may be eligible for a scholarship provided by Wings for Widows. In other words, we'll pay for your FPU kit, enroll you with a group, and follow-up with you once you've completed the course.


Please use the form below to learn more about FPU.

Dave Ramsey, a well-known financial author, speaker and popular syndicated radio program host, founded Financial Peace University (FPU). FPU is an integrative program which involves live classes, small group discussions, video teaching, a book and other tools. You have the option of self-guided study or enrolling with a local group. We recommend joining a group, facilitated by a Ramsey-trained financial

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