Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University Review: Week 13

This final lesson was about Baby Step 7, Build Wealth and Give. Everything has been leading up to this. We’ve been taught how to get out of debt, save money, and invest so that we can build wealth, not only for ourselves but so that we can give some away. I’ve mentioned the religious nature of the class before and be forewarned: If discussions of theology, scripture, and doctrine make you nervous, this is not the lesson for you. Dave teaches this lesson from the Christian perspective of giving, which means tithes and offerings to the church. While he does mention some non-Christian giving anecdotes, the majority of the lesson is about scripturally-based giving. If this offends or

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6 Responses to Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University Review: Week 13

  1. London student says:

    Whilst I agree with a lot of this and it’s good advice I have to say I do not have a spiritual side and I do not think it’s necessary to have one.

    Some people may like take comfort in being spiritual but personally I take a different stance. I think giving can be completely unconnected to any religious beliefs or spirituality. I recognise what is right and wrong but I would just call that common sense and morals that my parents brought me up with.

    I can see what you’re getting at and realise that America is more religious and spiritual than the UK and that you’re writing for a predominantly American audience.

  2. Jaime says:

    I’ve really enjoyed all of your articles in this series – thanks!

  3. deedee421 says:

    I have looked forward to reading your posts each week, and have also enjoyed this series. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Rick says:

    I’ve looked forward to weekly postings.
    Thank You

  5. I have enjoyed reading this series. And it helped to confirm my belief that I would enjoy this class and my husband would rather have an uncomfortable medical procedure than sit through 13 weeks of this. So, I’ll continue towards the goal of debt freedom without this tool. Thanks!

  6. rob62521 says:

    I have really enjoyed and looked forward to reading your posts each Saturday morning. You were kind to share and you are a good writer. Thank you for doing this!

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