I’m a people watcher who loves to see how people spend their money. Do you ever look in the grocery cart behind you to see what goodies they are buying?…
Why Should You Consider Purchasing The Kingdom Code Curriculum?
The Kingdom Code program was created because one woman asked herself, “What can I do for the Kingdom of God?”
Jimmi Byler was attending a conference with her sister in 2007 and felt God’s spirit speaking to her, and she listened. Jimmi Byler and other Christian educators collaborated to create The Kingdom Code. The program grew out of a collective desire to empower the next generation to be entrepreneurs, discover the rewards of work, develop character, and define their future.
Still the question remains, why should you spend your hard earned money on this program?
Give students money, and it is quickly spent.
Teach students to earn and manage money, and they have a promising future.
When students and families participate in this program they actually build and operate their own business. The program is an investment. Your student may choose to pay back the cost of the program with their earnings from the business they create. Within the program we focus on sharing earnings with the church and others, saving for education, spending money wisely on yourself, and saving for the future.
The Kingdom Code is a concrete approach to teach kids how to make and manage money. In a world where so many things are abstract and need interpretation we have created an easy and engaging way for young people to learn a valuable set of skills.
The Lord has plans for me to succeed. His plans are to give me hope and a future.
We believe this program lays out an easy to follow plan for teaching financial success to young people.
So please come visit us at the Great Homeschool Convention in Fort Worth, Texas this Thursday through Saturday and see if you agree. We would also like to invite you to a webinar on Sunday, March 5th to learn more about the program. If you are interested in attending the webinar please send us a message on Facebook and include your email address.