Facing Financial Struggle

An Upper Room eCourse

Have you ever experienced this? You sit down to pay the bills and realize that there is simply not enough money in your checking account to cover them. You turn on the national news, and the economic forecast sounds bleak. It's easy to become discouraged and overwhelmed when financial limitations press in on us. Now, more than ever, you need to feel God's presence.

Author Wessel Bentley has been there. He understands the feelings financial pressure can bring. He also knows the power of prayer. Wes shares that power of prayer in a twenty-eight day prayer guide, Facing Financial Struggle. Our Facing Financial Struggle eCourse provides twenty-eight days of daily readings, prayers, and suggestions to support you as you deal with financial trouble and all the emotions it stirs. The eCourse includes video greetings from author Wessel Bentley, audio recordings of scriptures, and prayers, questions, and ideas appropriate for personal prayer and reflection.

Bring your financial concerns to God in prayer through this self-paced eCourse.

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Your Instructor

Wessel Bentley
Wessel Bentley

Wessel Bentley is Chief Researcher at the Research Institute for Theology and Religion (University of South Africa). He is an ordained minister in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa. Wessel, his wife, and two sons live in Pretoria. He is the author of "The Miracles of Jesus" and two books in the 28 Days of Prayer series: "Facing Financial Struggle" and "Praying Through a Child's Illness". He is also the author of "The notion of mission in Karl Barth's ecclesiology" and co-edited "What are we thinking?", "Methodism in Southern Africa" and "Between Capital and Cathedral: Essays on Church-State relationships".

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the eCourse start and finish?
The eCourse starts when you are ready to begin and will remain open indefinitely. It’s self-paced, so you can decide when to start and when to finish.
How long do I have access to the eCourse?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this eCourse for as long as you like—across any and all devices you own. We’ll give you plenty of notice should we need to close the eCourse.
What if I am unhappy with the eCourse?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us within the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Who sponsors these eCourses?
This eCourse is brought to you by The Upper Room.

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