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March 11--  Since 2015, the Mercy Ministries in Toombs County has graduated twenty-two classes of "Faith and Finance" students to help them get a handle on their finances and to manage their money in accordance with Biblical principles.

Charles Yawn and his wife, Rebekah, are graduates of the latest class, "It meant a lot being able to do it with my wife.  We're a few years away from retirement and we wanted to get things in proper perspective before we do retire.  I'd highly recommend this for anybody, young or old," Charles Yawn said.

Another couple, Regina and Clarence Best, also endorse the course, "This course really made my wife and I focus on where our money is going and focusing on the Biblical aspect of how we need to do what God wants us to do with our money and support our community and those in need.  With two boys and a grandson, it helped us make sure we're putting money where we need to put money," Clarence said.

Kayla Herndon from Hazlehurst drove back and forth to the course for eight weeks and says it was worth it, "We talked about emergency funds and setting a budget. It's going to help me follow how the Bible and God thinks you should handle money.  Once I get my money in order, I can help the community better," she says.

mercygradsmar19Graduates are (front row, L-R) Pamela Snyder, Regina and Clarence Best, Hazel Johnson; (back row, L-R) Paul Anderson Youth Home residents Lane, Jackson and Will, Charles and Rebekah Yawn, Kayla Herndon.

The next class will start in April and reservations are currently being accepted at the Mercy Clinic in Lyons.

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