Once upon a time taking the Good $ense Course was encouraged for all members of Covenant as part of its strategic plan. Well, that went nowhere and the ministry faded away.
Yet I suggest that all members of Covenant have issues with personal finance as they progress through various stages of life. "Issues" are not a function of wealth. Very wealthy people have issues about how to manage the financial blessings God has bestowed on them. This circumstance is not too much unlike the position where poverty is not necessarily a function of income - some high earners are so strapped with debt that their (financial) lives are miserable.
Having "issues" is not in any way a negative about your financial position or prowess. It does not mean you are a poor manager of your finances (often to the contrary) or that you are in so much debt you are paralyzed or don't know what to do. It does mean you have questions about what are biblical teachings about finances in your circumstance and about how to follow those teachings for your current position in life. In other words again everyone has "issues."
Regardless of your issue or stage of life there is a Good $ense course for you. If nothing else you can receive/have a refresher on the biblical principles of stewardship.
Covenant is offering courses from the Good $ense Movement:
Freed-Up financial living
Freed-Up from Debt and
Freed-Up in Later Life
to assist the community with multiple financial situations and circumstances.
Both in-person and remote/Zoom courses can be offered. What is needed is to know which course members have an interest and in which format: in-person or remote. Multiple courses in multiple formats are possible.
Please respond to this posting here regardless of your interest. Thanx. Mick