Yes! Prosperity is taught to Catholics in a context of biblical teachings.
It is designed to help minorities acquire the spiritual and financial knowledge necessary to achieve a peaceful and abundant life. The seven steps to prosperity are supported by Bible readings that help the participants gain a deeper understanding about the relationship between God and money.
The lack of financial education is one of the greatest challenges we face in America. Helping people develop emotional and financial literacy in a context of spirituality is our greatest mission.
- High debt.
- Increased number of bankruptcies.
- Lack of savings for retirement.
- Lack of emergency funds.
- Lack of education funds.
- High financial stress.
Financial stress has caused many people to live in a constant state of quiet desperation and anxiety that affects their lives at every level. Other families have acquired a dangerous habit of overspending far beyond their capabilities, which leads to a mountain of debt that threatens their financial future.
Statistics show a huge financial inequality all throughout the world. Low levels of financial education and poor financial habits are often responsible for such a financial disparity. This program can provide financial education in a context of spirituality, thus helping our community reach a higher quality of life, in which inner peace, abundance and unity can become a tangible reality.
We emphasize the need for generosity as a very important component for achieving prosperity. It is highly suggested to tithe as it is written in the Bible. The habit of sharing our resources, no matter how scarce, is an expression of love/trust towards God and service towards others. Living our financial life in a context of obedience through tithing is very pleasant to God, who in turn, multiplies what we share.
The way this program suggests achieving a state of inner peace, abundance and unity is through developing a daily habit of “The Hour of Prosperity”. This is an hour of personal growth that puts in practice all the teaching of the program. It includes a time of prayer, petitions, gratitude, Bible readings, inner silence/stillness and time management. Although an hour is suggested, participants are encouraged to begin with any length of time they feel is sustainable and gradually increase it.Book a Session