Budget Bootcamp

We are here to help you build your budget! Join us for Budget Bootcamp, where we will help you make a budget and give you the basic knowledge you need to help you stick to it!

At Budget Bootcamp, you will hear teaching from financial professionals from our community and then use your financial information and our Budget Bootcamp worksheets to build your budgets in a smaller group so that you can ask questions and get more personalized attention. The groups are lead by financial professionals and members of our community who are passionate about helping others find freedom through budgeting and have seen the results in their own lives.

  • April 21
  • 8.30a – 12.00p
  • Cost – $5 per person
    • includes continental breakfast, coffee and snacks
  • Partial reimbursement for childcare available upon request (email lizzie@soulcitychurch.com)

Questions? Contact Lizzie Wheat: lizzie@soulcitychurch.com

Register Here!

 Family Budget Bootcamp

Join us for a family-friendly workshop based on the program “Parents, Kids and Money Matters.” This is an interactive discussion that gives parents and kids helpful tools to understand God’s heart for our money and how to manage it based on the model of Share, Save, and Spend.

The workshop is lead by Tony Escobar, a financial professional who is passionate about helping families be wise and generous with their finances.

This event is ideal for families with elementary-age children (K-5th), and there is no cost to attend.

  • Saturday, April 21
  • 9.30a – 11.00a

Questions? Contact Tony Escobar: tony.escobar@thrivent.com

Register Here!

Budget Bootcamp Resources

Below are links to the resources used in previous Budget Bootcamps. These resources are easiest to understand when they are combined with the in-person presentation and coaching, but anyone can download them for use, even if you can’t attend the workshop.

Recommended Websites

DaveRamsey.com

    Looking for help creating a budget, getting out of debt, building your savings? Dave Ramsey can help! His site is full of solid financial advice on these and so many financial topics.

feedthepig.org

    Feed The Pig helps you map out a savings plan to feed your piggy bank. You can find all kinds of tips and tricks to increase your savings.

Mint.com

    Mint is a free online budgeting tool that can synch with your bank accounts to help you track your spending. Mint also offers free apps for your phone and tablet, so it’s great way to track your budget on the go.

If you have any questions about Budget Bootcamp, please email us.
info@soulcitychurch.com.