Experience True Financial Freedom as a Christian Couple

You’ve tried all the budgeting apps.

You’ve read the financial books.

You’ve listened to financial radio shows, but you still find yourself in debt, stressed about how to make ends meet, fighting with your spouse about money, and never reaching those financial dreams you thought you would.

If that sounds like you, then The Financial Freedom for Christian Couples course is for you.

Money is a top cause of stress, fighting, and divorce. 

The economy, including massive inflation, is causing more stress, fighting, and divorce. 

It doesn’t have to be that way, though. 

It’s time to learn God’s plan for your money.

Did you know that the Bible has more verses about money and possessions than any other subject?

God wants you to be financially successful and achieve your divine potential. 

This course will give you everything you need to achieve Financial Freedom God’s way.

As a result of this course you will have all the tools you need to:

  • Get out of debt
  • Stop fighting about money
  • Grow your wealth

These are the same steps that Abraham, Joseph, and Solomon used to achieve financial freedom. 

Who is this course for?

This course is for you if you are:

  • A Christian Couple who wants to follow God’s plan for your money.
  • Ready to have healthy, productive conversations with your spouse about money.
  • Desire true financial peace of mind.
  • Willing to put in the time to actually watch the videos, do the homework, and talk with your spouse about money.

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Financial Freedom for Christian Couples Course Content Overview

The Financial Freedom for Christian Couples Course includes 10-video based lessons. Each lesson comes with a written workbook with written exercises and discussion questions, designed to spark real change and discussions about money.

The lessons are full of practical, actionable content with principles you can put into action right away.

All lessons are based on Biblical principles and evidence-based steps.

There is a parable that Jesus tells that is recorded in Matthew where three servants are each given a talent, or amount of money while the master is away. Two of the servants multiply the money, and the Lord says to them, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’

These servants are stewards over their master’s money. As the Creator, all things belong to the Lord, and we are temporary stewards of anything He has entrusted to us.

In this module you will learn about stewardship and the purpose of money, as well as the underlying principles for the remainder of the course.

Each one of us has a Money Personality that influences how we earn, save, spend, and invest our money. Our Money Personality includes our money beliefs, habits, attitudes, mindset, values, and rules. We often pick up our Money Personality from our parents, our experiences, and our religious background, as well as your family’s level of wealth (or poverty), your ethnic or racial background, and other influences. impact.

In this module you will learn about your money story, but more importantly you will learn your spouse’s money personality. Understanding your spouse’s Money Personality will build understanding and empathy.

Pearson’s Law states that “what is measured, improves.” In order to improve your finances, you need to know your numbers, including your income and expenses, your debt, and your financial ratios. In this module you will learn how to easily keep track of your numbers so that you have a baseline understanding as you move towards improving your finances over the next modules.

Your values are the qualities that, deep inside, are most important to you. They are like a compass that guides all of your decisions. In this module you will define your individual and couple financial values.

We will also look at values-based goals, which will give you a North Start to point towards.

You will learn the 3 keys to setting financial goals that you can actually achieve.

Jim Rohn said that everyone should set a goal to become a millionaire, “for what it will make of you to achieve it.” Thanks to research, we know what it takes to become a millionaire, and part of that process is creating a spending plan that is based on your values. In this module you will learn about how to make a spending plan work for you and your spouse, which can lead you down a path of becoming a millionaire.

In this module we will also focus on the importance of giving.

Returning to the parable of the stewards, we know that we are supposed to multiply our wealth. In the parable the Lord celebrates and rewards those who multiply their wealth, and condemns the one who does not. You will learn how to set up a Wealth Accumulation Account which will put you on the path to invest in income-producing assets.

We learn in the book of Proverbs that the “borrower is servant to the lender.” We also know from scripture that you cannot serve God and money. Debt is the number-one stressor facing couples, and the number one reason for not saving enough for our goals. In this module you will learn how to eliminate your consumer debt once and for all.

One of the keys to being successful with your money is to simplify and automate your spending, saving, and investing. In the module, you will learn the processes and steps that will reduce your stress-levels by simplifying and automating everything you can in your finances.

The biggest risk to your financial future is a disability, dying during your working years (especially while raising children), a medical emergency, and living longer than your income lasts.

Insurance is like a moat around your financial house, protecting against each of these events.

In this module you will review your insurance coverage, making sure you have the right type and relight amount of insurance to protect your future.

At this point in the course, you have learned your own and your spouse’s money personality, you have defined your values and goals, make a plan to get out of debt, and automated your finances.

Without the ability to really talk with your spouse, though, none of this will matter. In this final module we will discuss the key elements of communication with your spouse about money.

You will also learn about the importance of money dates. We’ll also address the question that every couple asks – should we combine our finances?

By the time you finish the course, you will…

  • Understand your unique money profile and how it impacts your relationship with money.

  • Understand your spouse’s money profile and how it impacts their relationship with money.

  • How to get on the same page financially so you can finally stop fighting about money.

  • Have a plan to get out of debt.

  • Have a plan for automating your finances.

  • Have a plan for multiplying your wealth.

Choose from the two options below:

self-guided option
12-month access to the course
One-price for both husband and wife
Comprehensive workbook with written exercises and discussion guide
Comprehensive Money Personality Profile
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About Ryan H. Law, CFP®, AFC®

I am a Financial Planner and Financial Coach who has helped hundreds of clients over my two decades of experience in the personal finance industry. 

I teach personal finance at a local university, and I am a frequent podcast and financial planning conference speaker.

I have been married to my wife, Traci, for almost 25 years. We’re a lot like you – we have a mortgage payment, a car payment, and bills to pay. We have kids who need dental work, we have projects around the house that need to get done, and we work hard to provide a good life for our family. 

I am passionate about helping couples achieve true financial freedom, and I have discovered that God’s way to doing money is better than any other method (and I have tried them all!). 

I don’t just focus on the numbers. In fact, I have discovered that personal finance is more about “personal” and less about the “finances.” I help my clients discover their money personality and finally understand how their thoughts, emotions, habits, and values drive their money behaviors.



No, you don’t have to be a Christian, but the course uses Biblical financial principles. There’s a lot of talk about God and Jesus and the Bible, and scriptures and scriptures stories are featured heavily. If you aren’t a Christian and the Christian-based content doesn’t bother you, we welcome you!

The self-guided option is $395 and the Financial Coaching package is $2,695.

See above for more details. 

Yes, absolutely! Start your marriage and finances off right by investing in this course.

The course makes a great wedding present.

The course has 10 modules, and each module will take you about 45-60 minutes to complete. That includes watching the videos, doing the homework, and going over the discussion questions with your spouse. 

Most couples find that they are actually enjoying having the conversations and talk for much longer.

I teach you the principles, then it is up to you to put them to work. I do not guarantee any income, investment returns, interest rates or anything else similar. 

I have been in the financial planning field for over 2 decades and have read practically every book on personal finance, listened to the podcasts, and tried almost every type of personal finance software. 

Most of the personal finance books I read these days focus on the psychology of money – why we make the choices that we do. I find this field fascinating.