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Lesson 3: Teamwork

And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.

1 Corinthians 13:13

You need to be on the same page when it comes to your money.

If you’re married or getting married, then you need to be on the same team and in each other’s corner. Of course, this doesn’t happen overnight. The purpose of this lesson is to help you and your partner talk about money and understand where you are both coming from.

If you are single, go through this whole lesson and every teamwork exercise anyway! They are designed for self-discovery, and even though everything won’t apply to you, you will still learn a whole lot about yourself and the relationship you should have with money.

Special Notes

  1. Make sure to take your time with the teamwork exercises. They are here to help you build a stronger relationship with your spouse, as well as to understand yourself better. Don’t rush through them; use them to build a better marriage.

  2. If you have any questions, use the form at the bottom of the lesson.

That’s everything we have for now. It’s time for you to put the work in teamwork!

Step 1: Workbook and Video

A huge part of marriage is teamwork. In this video, we’re going to explore what that looks like and means for the financial life of you and your partner.

Follow along with the workbook to help you soak it in and stay focused.

Sam will be talking about the importance of teamwork, especially when it comes to money.

Step 2: Talking About Money

Your very first teamwork exercise! Download it and follow the instructions carefully. From now on, every lesson will have an exercise to help you and your spouse get better at working together on your finances.

Getting to know your spouse’s money habits starts with understanding how they think about and view money. Work through this teamwork exercise with your spouse, and get ready for more exercises in future lessons!

Step 3: Devotional

This lesson’s devotional is about what marriage means and the relationship God wants us to have with each other.

Saying “I do” is the easy part; keeping that promise is much harder! Read this devotional to learn about how God views marriage and how we can be better spouses under God’s love.

You made it! Now you have the chance to put what you’ve learned to the test. Good luck!

When you feel you understand the material in the lesson, take the quiz!

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