About Us

Our Mission

This site is designed to help teach the principles of Financial Peace University (or FPU). It is intended to help provide more information about the course and to help people to teach and use the lessons more effectively. This comes from a deep appreciation for the wisdom that is taught in FPU, and out of gratitude for the way that it has touched our lives and families.

We aim to be the Lloyd Dobler of finanical websites (in case you haven’t watched Say Anything, you should). One nugget of wisdom from Lloyd was when he summarized his career aspirations:

I don’t want to sell anything, buy anything, or process anything as a career. I don’t want to sell anything bought or processed, or buy anything sold or processed, or process anything sold, bought, or processed, or repair anything sold, bought, or processed.

That is about where we are with this website. We don’t want to buy, sell, or process anything. We want to learn, teach, and share information about:

  1. Personal Finance.
  2. Individual Accountability.
  3. Building a Better Life.
  4. Giving and Sharing Wealth.

We have had our lives changed by FPU and want to be able to give this same blessing to others.  Nothing more.

To Be 100% Clear …

  1. This site is NOT affiliated with or sponsored by Dave Ramsey or the Lampo Group, although we are huge fans of their work. They don’t tell us what to write and we don’t tell them what to teach.
  2. This site is NOT part of the FPU coursework.
  3. This site is strictly not-for-profit. No money changes hands in any way around this site, period.

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