25 Jun Paul Hirschy and the Good Sense Training
Paul Hirschy, former bishop and now a Huntington University staffer, has been offering the Good Sense stewardship training to UB churches. He recently conducted this at Franklintown UB church (Franklintown, Pa.). What’s this about?
Paul explains, “Willow Creek developed the Good Sense materials because they found that people would not give the time required for the demanding Crown Ministry. It is practical, designed to be done in one day, with six one-hour sessions. However, people are expected to do some pre-session work in preparation for the training.
“The material emphasizes that:
- God owns it all and we are to be good trustees of what God has entrusted to us.
- Credit card debt is the most damaging kind of debt, and people need to be very wise in the use of credit cards.
- People can get out of debt and find financial freedom.
Credit card debt is a huge issue for many people. Churches need to deal with it to be relevant to one of the major problems in people’s lives.
“I like Good Sense because it is easy for people to understand, it can be presented in one day, and the cost is reasonable ($15 per manual, which a couple can share).”
If you’re interested in possibly hosting a Good Sense seminar, contact Paul Hirschy at email@example.com or call toll-free 1-866-213-3710.