Thrive! works with leaders to develop their skills in many areas, and personal finance is one of them. Milo Kelley leads Financial Empowerment sessions. The most recent set of classes discussed the following:
For more information on the classes, contact Milo Kelley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Father’s Day, the First United Methodist Church men’s choir sang of “walking a mile in my neighbors’ shoes,” and it stirred the souls of people around me in the pews as well as my own heart. That’s what Thrive! is about — walking alongside people who live each day with stress. Have you ever experienced:
Walk a mile in these shoes. Not everyone is prepared to feel the anxiety and anger that can come from walking with our Thrive! leaders, but I encourage you to try. You won't be alone if you do. Sturdy souls, caring hearts, and community is what it takes.
—Elaine Johannes, co-president of the Thrive! Board of Directors
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