Stewarding True Financial Freedom

 

Research shows that 84 percent of college students graduate without the tools they need to manage money well* – that’s a rough way to begin adulthood. But at the Ron Blue Institute, we believe there’s a better way. We know today’s Christian student wants to confidently integrate their faith into every area of their lives, including finances. But first they need to understand how money truly works – and they need your help to do it.

You have the power to help students apply the principles of their faith to thrive financially. It’s not enough to simply teach them about money when you can train them how to apply true financial wisdom for a lifetime.

As you serve high school students, you can educate those in your care to discover the meaning of true financial freedom that will empower them to become wise stewards in God’s redemptive story.

Stand out to attract students who are passionate about living their faith. The Ron Blue Institute resources will set you apart. Invest in your student from the heart up, by helping them align their faith and finances.

 
 

EQUIP GENEROUS STEWARDS

This principle-driven personal finance course equips high school juniors and seniors with the perspectives, principles, and processes to apply biblical wisdom to their financial decision making.

 

Biblical Personal Finance Curriculum

 
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Curriculum Overview

 
Cost:
$27.50 per student: provides access to all student and teacher resources
 
Overview
Rooted in a biblical worldview, the Biblical Personal Finance Curriculum is a principle-driven personal finance course teaching:
  • The implications of believing God owns it all
  • The roles, responsibilities, and rewards of financial stewardship as defined by scripture
  • Five transcendent financial decision-making principles found in the Bible
  • How money is intertwined with biblical teachings on contentment, generosity, self-control, provision, gratitude, freedom, etc.
  • A simple understanding of the four uses of money (live, give, owe (debt and taxes), grow) and the biblical principles that inform each use
  • Processes for personal application, including goal setting, decision making, and basic budgeting
The Biblical Personal Finance Curriculum is a six-module course, designed to take six to eight weeks to teach. It is aimed at the junior or senior level. Teachers will have access to an online portal that provides lesson plans, project outlines, test and quiz questions, an editable workbook, PowerPoint decks, and parent engagement suggestions.
 
The course was developed over a three year period (2015 – 2017) in collaboration with current high school teachers and in partnership with several Beta schools.