Here is a debt-reduction website
It is unlike any other debt-reduction website you’ve ever seen, I assure you.
It’s called Deliverance from Debt.
The site offers a free 12-lesson course on how to get out of debt by regaining control of your finances and regaining control of your life.
The way it aims to show you this is by getting you to first see the “bigger picture”.
And the Bigger Picture (a question) is this: What is the most important thing that you can do, at which you would be the most difficult to replace?
Dr. North says that answering this question is crucial to getting on the road to financial recovery and staying on that road, which ultimately (and hopefully) leads to lifelong financial prosperity.
Now, the logic of this premise is that when you have fixed in your mind (and written down) your #1 goal in life, this will give you both the motivation and orientation you need to keep you on the straight and narrow path of financial (and even spiritual) success.
Dr. North figures that getting and staying out of debt is a lot like sobering up from an admitted drinking problem: Alcoholics Anonymous. In fact, he commends the 12-step model of AA and is in agreement with their stated principles.
But, whereas AA talks about “a Power greater than ourselves” that can “restore us to sanity” provided we have made the decision to “turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him,” Dr. North sharpens the theological focus of his debt recovery program.
Both the course and the site are designed to teach the principles of money-and-life-management from a Bible-based perspective.
This will come as no surprise if you already know that Dr. North has spent his entire adult life researching and writing (and speaking) in the fields of history and economics. He has written and edited dozens of books, authored thousands of articles, and has completed both a multi-volume Economic Commentary on the Bible and a multi-edition work on Christian Economics.
Money is definitely his wheelhouse.
So, if you’re ready to take a swing, step right up to the batter’s box!