Need Financial Coaching? Got a Big Financial Decision? Get a Free Coaching Session!

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Update: All coaching sessions are now full.  Sorry.

My family used to love puzzles.

Unfortunately, I’d often sit in front of the pile of pieces with my eyes glazed over.

All those intricate pieces were overwhelming to me.  I’d rarely know where to start.

Eventually, my parents taught me that it was best to do the edges first.  After that, we’d find the parts of the puzzle that were easy to identify and complete that section.  From there, with a lot of patience, all the remaining pieces eventually fell into place.

Do you feel overwhelmed when you think about your finances?  Are you facing any big financial decisions?

Have you ever asked yourself:

  • How should I start investing?
  • What’s the best way to tackle my debt?
  • How do I make giving a priority?
  • What should I do with my debt?
  • What’s the best way to save for retirement?
  • How can we get our of our materialistic rut?

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be offering four free financial coaching calls.

The financial coaching calls will help you make sense of your current financial situation and help you evaluate your options for moving forward.  My goal is to help you have an action plan with some practical steps in place at the end of the thirty minute session.

What do you need to do to be eligible for a free session?

Either leave a comment on the blog post (at the bottom of this post), leave a message on the MH4C Facebook page, or email mhforc at

Initially, I’m looking for a 2-3 sentence brief description of your biggest financial need  right now.   From there, I’ll select a few people to follow up with to get more details about their situation and schedule a call.  Please keep your initial requests as brief as possible.

Note: This is not a financial advisory relationship.  It is financial coaching, and it is not professional advice.  What is being offered is coaching advice, not financial assistance.


  1. JMD says

    Would really love the opportunity to run a couple of scenarios past you as to our future decision regarding the purchasing of a different home in a different state. Since you would be impartial and not intimately involved I think it would give us an opportunity to view our options in a new way. Here’s hoping…

  2. Rachel rivera says

    Hi Craig

    I receive your financial Christian money advice and really enjoy them
    as I am your typical person who rather go to the dentist rather deal
    with my finances

    Question for to be chosen for the casting

    I have 3 school loans and one HELOC (used to pay off my credit cards)
    totaling around $50,000. Interest on the loans are between 6.8% and
    7.9%.   Husband talks about consolidating them and get a HELOC through
    our credit union as they are offering interest as low as 4.25%.
    Husband has excellent credit, (score around 800) but mine is just ok.

    What’s your thought?

    Look forward to hear from you

  3. Coach says

    30-something-single-educator/missionary in the public schools seeking to glorify the Lord with my time, treasure, and talents, wondering where to invest/save for retirement..although I don’t think I’ll ever retire. I want to be a good steward of the resources He has entrusted me with.. and don’t want to bury my treasure… thoughts and advise very appreciated!

    • says

      While the coaching sessions are all full you’re more than welcome to send me an email (mhforc at gmail dot com) and I’ll do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.

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