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The Wealth of a Nation

The Wealth of a Nation covers the topic of capitalism, the basic economic structure of the United States . Based on the book Free Enterprise, Our Heritage, Our Wealth , the class provides students with an understanding of a market economy.

Free enterprise is the underlying force that drives the economy of America , the most prosperous and generous nation in the world. It is one of the key to the creation of wealth, and the better students understand the system, the better they will be able to succeed within it.

The class explores the history of capitalism, its connection to self-interest and the system’s built-in incentive for businessmen and women to work to make others better off. Fundamentals such as supply and demand, the government’s role in contract enforcement, private property rights, and relationships between profit, loss, and wages are explained. The production of wealth in free enterprise versus non-enterprise economies (those based on socialism or economic fascism) are also examined. (Details)


Kings & Priests

In this foundational class, we ask students to think about their role in the body of Christ. We encourage them to begin looking at their gifts and talents and how these can be used to fulfill God’s will for their lives. Lectures and readings affirm the place of each member in the body, and explore how and why “Kings,” men and women who make their living in the secular world, are absolutely essential to the task of preaching the Gospel. (Details)


Money Multipliers

The class begins by exploring reasons to invest. It emphasizes that student’s most important investment is their relationship with God and encourages them to financially support the spread of the gospel through planned giving. From this foundational platform, we move to the differences between saving and investing and the meaning of asset allocation. Students then engage in a practical assessment of their risk tolerance, financial goals, and time horizon for reaching these objectives. (Details)


Money 101

Students are challenged to put their money to work for them and to develop their financial intelligence so that they can more easily see financial opportunities that others have missed. Vivid examples of the ‘Rat Race’ (a cycle in which increased earnings lead to increased spending) are described, as well as methods to avoid this trap. Finally, participants are encouraged to ‘work to learn,’ rather than seeing their paycheck as the ultimate goal of any job they may hold. (Details)

Real Estate 101

Andrew Carnegie held that 90% of all millionaires made their fortunes in real estate, and owning one’s own home is a staple of the American Dream. More sobering is the fact that were it not for their homes, most people would have virtually no net worth. Real Estate 101 introduces students to real estate investing. Larry Burkett’s World’s Easiest Pocket Guide to Buying Your First House covers the basics of the home buying process, while lectures and activities focus on purchasing income-producing real estate. Weekly reading assignments go over the pros and cons of renting versus owning, what to look for in a real estate agent, checklists for looking at properties, and financing a home purchase. Topics covered in class include reasons to invest in real estate, using credit responsibly, various types of real estate, and tips for making wise investment choices. (Details)


Power Thinking

Proverbs 23:7 states, “As a man thinketh within himself, so is he…” Our minds determine our health, success, happiness, wealth, even our salvation as we make a rational decision to accept Christ as Savior. Using Mary Lou Carney’s Power of Positive Thinking for Teens as an additional resource, this class equips students with a biblical base for developing a positive mental attitude. Topics covered in class lectures include controlling the mind, the power of the spoken word, visualization, building strengths, forgiveness, and developing a thankful heart. Weekly reading assignments reinforce these messages and provide further practical tips, such as “10 Steps to Self-Confidence,” “How to Be Liked,” and “Game Plan for Happiness.” Punctuated by short stories, the book relates these themes in a very practical way to the lives of real teenagers. (Details)


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