Wednesday, April 14, 1999
Inman United Methodist Church is sponsoring a 12-week group study this month, exploring the Biblical principles of personal money management.
The class will cover the many facets of personal finances as interpreted through the Scriptures. Topics will include release from "Financial Bondage," becoming "Financially Free," giving and budgeting. While the class is open to anyone, married couples are encouraged to attend the classes together.
The series will be held Saturdays beginning April 24 at the church. Inman United Methodist is at 153 Hills Bridge Rd., south of Fayetteville.
Mike Jablonski will facilitate the study. He has had 13 years of experience in the banking and finance industry. There he has witnessed the consequences of poor financial decisions, and has celebrated with those who become truly financially free. Jablonski will represent Inman UMC's education and outreach mission while facilitating this series.
For more information, contact the church at 770-461-2123 or at InmanUMC@aol.com.