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Religion Notebook: Fiscal, spiritual advice offered

Moran United Methodist Church, 3601 E. 65th Ave., is starting a seven-week teaching series Sunday at 11:30 a.m.

The Rev. Barbara Caviezel will base sermons on James W. Moore’s “You Can Get Bitter or Better!” during the church’s casual contemporary service.

Jane Bateham-Smith will lead the Praise Team in spirit-filled songs.

Call the church office at (509) 448-7012 for more information.

Financial Peace University

Two Spokane churches will offer Financial Peace University, a 13-week course for families to rid themselves of debt and build wealth.

The course is taught by Dave Ramsey on DVD.

It will be offered at Turning Point Open Bible Church, 11911 N. Division St. starting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Call Paul Didier at (509) 467-5122 for more information or to register.

It will also be taught at Central Lutheran Church, 512 S. Bernard St., starting Sunday at 6 p.m. Call David Kappus at (509) 624-9233 for more information or to register.

Each participant needs to purchase a kit for $119 which includes a lifetime family membership, a Financial Peace University workbook, an FPU envelope system, 13 audio lessons, a bonus CD, budgeting forms, debit card holders and Ramsey’s book, “Financial Peace.” The kits can be purchased at the host church or online at daveramsey.com.

‘Spiritual Energy of Money’

Unity Church of Truth, 2900 S. Bernard St., will present “The Spiritual Energy of Money” Wednesdays through Feb. 8 at 7 p.m.

The series will be facilitated by the Rev. David McClure, based on “The Energy of Money,” by Maria Nemeth.

For more information, call the church office at (509) 838-6518.

Introduction to Buddhism

Spokane Buddhist Temple, 927 S. Perry St., will present an introduction to Buddhism on Sunday from 9 to 10 a.m.

The lecture will be given by the temple’s minister’s assistants and will be followed by its 10:30 a.m. service.

For more information, call the temple office at (509) 534-7954.



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