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Christian Debt Consolidation

Many consumers are looking for help with their finances, and many churches have jumped on board to help their members solve these problems. They bring in speakers, counselors and programs that include budget making, financial planning and Christian debt consolidation.

These programs can work if the church member is dedicated to following the program and willing to make real changes to their habits.

What is Christian debt consolidation? First of all, it’s not much different than regular debt consolidation. Christian debt consolidation agencies often either use a biblical approach to running their business or work primarily with churches to help people get out of debt. The debt consolidation services offered through these agencies is designed to do one of two things – work with creditors to negotiate down interest rates and invoke a payoff plan or to consolidate all old debts into a single loan. The end result is to get a lower monthly payment and get out of debt.

Christian debt consolidation agencies often offer their services on a pro bono or free basis to people with financial hardships. This is a good avenue if you need to reduce debt and are prepared to make changes to get out of debt. It is not a get out of jail free card to go get more debt.

One thing you want to look out for when researching Christian debt consolidation is companies that put this word in their name. “Christian” lends to credibility, but it’s important that you still check the company out with the Better Business Bureau. There is a lot of fraud in the debt consolidation business.

Here are a couple more tips for when you are considering Christian debt consolidation. Think long and hard about any firm that wants you to put your home or other personal property up as collateral for a consolidation loan. If you default on the loan, you can lose your home. Another thing to consider is that you will need to make real changes in your life. Your financial advisor (often assigned through a Christian debt consolidation company) is going to map out a plan for you. It’s up to you to follow it.

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