Why Debt-Free Mormon?
I am a Mormon and I wanted to become debt-free.
When I originally started this blog, I had over $50,000 in debt. I wanted to share my journey and experiences with others as I tried to reduce debt and become debt-free. As I began to learn more about personal finance and debt and understand the thoughts and teaching of the leaders of the LDS Church, I felt inclined to share those things as well.
Through many challenges, personal trials, and experiences, I felt called to learn and understand personal finance for myself, as well as teach, support, and encourage my family, friends, and others.
This blog is intended to motivate and inspire all people, regardless of their religious affiliation and beliefs, to take control of their financial lives and become debt-free and live debt-free in order to find freedom from worry, pursue and fulfill all their dreams, serve and bless their families and others, retire with dignity, as well as enjoy peace in their hearts.
While I am a financial counselor, it is different than a financial advisor or a financial planner. The posts on this blog are based on my opinions and my personal experiences. Please do your own research and consult your own financial counselor and/or advisor before making financial decisions. Do not make any decisions solely based on what you read on this blog.
*The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author. They are not intended to represent the teachings or doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Nor are the opinions endorsed by, or recommended by, the LDS Church. This blog is designed to provide accurate, but opinionated information with regards to the subject matter discussed. If financial advice or counseling is required, a qualified professional should be consulted.