ONE UNBEATABLE TEAM
Get couples talking about money. Money Better. Together. takes the need for financial knowledge out of your hands—and keeps their momentum going long after the course ends.
Keep couples engaged. The videos, sessions, and fun (yes, fun!) activities will make it easy for you to keep couples talking and laughing throughout the course.
Discover practical spending systems. Through adopting a new spending system, couples can make space for the things that matter, like generosity and giving.
MEET THE TEAM
LOVE & MONEY BY THRIVENT®
Thrivent is a not-for-profit that has been helping Christians make wise money decisions for over 100 years. Thrivent’s Love & Money resources help couples manage money better, with less tension and stress.
Mike is the author, speaker and strategic counselor behind People of the Second Chance and the “Fun Therapy” podcast. His work has been featured on FOX, ABC, and in the New York Times.
Shaunti is a speaker and author, with her husband Jeff, of research-based books like, For Women Only and For Men Only, which have sold more than two million copies in twenty-three languages.
Jon is the bestselling author of six books including his most recent Wall Street Journal #1 bestseller, Finish: Give Yourself the Gift of Done.
WHAT OUR USERS ARE SAYING
“My husband and I feel so much more aligned after this course! We feel more empowered and in the know on our finances and how we are going to meet our goals together.” –Sarah B.
“Money Better. Together. helped us reevaluate goals we had set early in our relationship and forced us to commit to doing things like giving and saving that we’d always planned to do. We each came out with a better grasp of our money situation and how the other person thinks about money.” –Kryn S.
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“Money Better. Together. provided a neutral ground for my wife and I to discuss money matters and learn strategies for making our money work better for us.” –Andrew B.