IFD277 – Facing Financial Struggle: 28 Days of Prayer

IFD277 – Facing Financial Struggle: 28 Days of Prayer

Course Dates: Ongoing (self-paced)

Do you worry about money? Are you experiencing a time of particular finacial stress? Join author Wessel Bentley on a 28-day prayer journey that will improve your perspective and help you tackle your financial problems.

This self-paced* eCourse includes:

  • daily reading, prayers, and practical advice
  • video messages from Wessel Bentley
  • audio recordings of scripture
  • all content from Wessel’s book Facing Financial Struggle

All of this content is designed to offer insights into these themes: (1) you are not alone, (2) effective planning, (3) living with discipline, and (4) living as a steward.

*This course is self-paced which means you may begin this eCourse by enrolling at any time and work through materials at your own pace. You will receive an email containing web location and login information upon enrollment during week-day business hours, so please be sure to add the email address to your list of approved senders.

Price: $25.00


Sharon Conley Cottingham

sharon-conley-headshotSharon has worked at The Upper Room since 2005. Much of that time has included involvement with some aspect of Companions in Christ® –leading training events, working with training teams, marketing Companions resources, developing the Companions websites, even serving with a Companions training team in South Africa. Currently, Sharon’s work at the Upper Room is focused on eLearning and broadly connected to all Upper Room resources. She creates, leads, and develops online learning programs that feature Upper Room Books, Magazines, and Programs.

Before joining the staff at The Upper Room, Sharon worked with college students at Florida Atlantic University and graduate students at Vanderbilt University with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. While working with IVCF, she completed her Master of Arts in Theological Studies at Regent College (Vancouver, BC) both through their extension program and while on sabbatical in Vancouver.

Sharon is very happy these days to live in Nashville in a little house just a mile from 2,600 acres of preserved hiking land. She lives there with her husband Stephen (an Elder in the United Methodist Church). She enjoys visiting family in South Florida, hiking and biking the hills of Tennessee, traveling with Stephen, and growing more flexible via her yoga class.