Author: Josh Lawson

Five Ways to Avoid a Financial Mess This Christmas

If I were honest, I don’t really love Christmas. I love getting to spend time with my family, having a nice meal and opening up gifts, but I just can’t get into the whole Christmas season thing. My wife, on the other hand, started playing Christmas music on November 1st. And after eight and a half years of marriage, I have finally come to grips with the fact that Christmas starts early in the Lawson household and it is a really BIG deal.

Our first year of marriage I naively asked Jenny how much she wanted to spend on Christmas. After I peeled myself up off the floor from the shock, I looked at her with a dazed look and said, “You want to spend hooow much?” It seemed like we were going to buy gifts for everyone including my long-lost Uncle Frank and his dog. We eventually worked through it, but not until after tears were shed on both sides.

Over the years I have met with countless families who confess to overspending for Christmas.

Many of these families would blow through a year-end bonus, empty out their savings or end up putting it on their credit cards.

It has been painful to listen to the countless number of families explain the heartache and regret connected to what should be a joy-filled occasion.

There has to be a better way, right?

What if we could actually enjoy Christmas and not end up with a financial headache after it’s all said and done. There is hope my friends!

here are FIVE SIMPLE WAYS you can avoid A Financial Mess this Christmas:

  • 1. Don’t Spend What You Don’t Have:

This might seem like a crazy concept, but it is foundational for you to be successful this Christmas. If you don’t have the money, don’t buy it. Want that new Xbox for your kids but don’t have the money? Don’t buy it. Do you want it? Absolutely! Are you going to buy it? Absolutely not! Start out this Christmas with a firm resolve that you are not going to spend what you don’t have. Need help clarifying this difficult concept? Watch this video.

  • 2. Set An Amount to Spend:

This amount should be what you currently have available in cash. If you don’t have anything already saved up for Christmas, then you either need to get creative or you will need to sell things to get some extra cash (see point 1). Either way, set a concrete amount to spend and don’t go over that amount. Next year, start saving for this amount in January using one of my favorite financial tools: SmartyPig.com.

  • 3. Make a List and Check It Twice:

Once you have your set amount to spend, it’s time to work through your gift list. Remember, you can’t please everyone and Uncle Frank really doesn’t need another tie. It might hurt you not be able to get your great-great Aunt Sue something this Christmas, but overspending will hurt a lot worse. Decide who must have a gift this year, and then prioritize the rest of your list from there. The Christmas Gift List app is a great resource to help you build your list and stay on budget.

  • 4. Get Creative:

If you don’t have a lot of money to spend, don’t assume you can’t get someone a gift. Be creative and think of something you could make, bake or create that they would love. One of the best Christmas gifts I have ever given to my mom was a video montage of my parents’ early years. She adores it still to this day and it cost me absolutely nothing. Here’s a list of DIY Gifts you can create yourself.

  • 5. Disconnect from the Fray:

Christmas time is a marketer’s dream. They pump our televisions, inboxes and mailboxes full of advertisements to stir up the “wanter” inside of us. Disconnect yourself from the madness of Christmas and stick to your plan. Watch and share this video to encourage yourself to choose contentment this holiday season.

This Christmas, let’s all choose to unplug from the madness of the hype and lean into what it is all about: celebrating the arrival of Jesus and spending time with our friends and family.

 

By Josh Lawson – Director of Impact Waco

 

REALIGN

I am still amazed by how much God does inside of each of the REALIGN classes. Many people walk into the class thinking they will be lectured on everything they’re doing wrong financially – how they should be saving more, getting out of debt, sticking to a budget and of course giving to the church!

But every time the most beautiful part of the class is when people realize

it’s really not about the money.

You can see the lightbulb go off above their heads as they realize, “It’s about so much more than money.”

And I know at that moment they got it.

They realize that our financial lives are not just about the dollars and sense. It’s about our relationship with God, it’s about our relationship with ourselves through our beliefs and it’s about our relationships with one another.

Whenever you try to work out your financial issues before getting those three relationships in order first, everything will eventually fall apart.

For years we worked with people and helped them get on a plan, get out of debt, give more, save more, etc., but we realized that those same issues kept coming back up. We realized in order to have true, lasting freedom and financial success, we had to first address the core issues of trusting God, dealing with our broken and destructive thought life, understanding how God created us to manage our money and digging out the bitter root of discontentment.

It’s not until we deal with these foundational issues that we can find true, lasting freedom.

But what we continue to hear through the REALIGN course is that people are finding more and more freedom. Their financial picture might not be changing a ton, but their hearts are more free and they have true peace. Because financial peace is not found in how much money you have saved in a retirement account or how little debt you have. True peace is found as you have clarity on who God is and who you are, and you have purpose with your money, no matter how little or much you have.

By Josh Lawson, Director of Impact Waco

Josh Lawson

Five Ways To Stay Out Of Debt This Christmas

If I were honest, I don’t really love Christmas. I love getting to spend time with my family and having a nice meal and opening up gifts, but I just can’t get into the whole Christmas season thing. My wife, on the other hand, started playing Christmas music on November 1st. And after six years of marriage, I have finally come to grips with the fact that Christmas starts early in the Lawson household and it is a really BIG deal.

Our first year of marriage I asked Jenny how much she wanted to spend on Christmas. After I peeled myself up off the floor, I looked at her with a dazed look and said, “You want to spend hooow much?” It seemed like we were going to buy gifts for everyone including my long-lost Uncle Frank. We eventually worked through it, but not until after tears were shed on both sides.

Over the next few years I would meet with families who would confess to overspending for Christmas. Many of these families would blow through a year-end bonus, empty out their savings or even end up putting it on their credit cards.

It was painful to listen to the countless number of families who had so much heartache and regret connected to what should be a joy-filled occasion.

So, here are FIVE SIMPLE WAYS you can avoid debt this Christmas:

  • 1. Set An Amount to Spend: This amount should be what you currently have available in cash reserves. If you don’t have anything already saved up for Christmas, then you either need to get creative or you will need to sell things to get some extra cash. Either way, set a concrete amount to spend and don’t go over that amount.
  • 2. Make a List and Check It Twice: Once you have your set amount to spend, it’s time to work through your gift list. Remember, you can’t please everyone and Uncle Frank really doesn’t need another tie. It might hurt you not be able to get your great-great Aunt Sue something this Christmas, but overspending will hurt a lot worse. Get together with your spouse and decide who MUST-HAVE a gift this year, and then prioritize the rest of your list from there.
  • 3. Get Creative: If you don’t have a whole lot of money to spend then don’t assume you can’t get someone a gift. Be creative and think of something you could make, bake or create that they would love. One of the best Christmas gifts I have ever given to my mom was a video montage of my parents’ early years. She adores it still to this day and it cost me absolutely nothing.
  • 4. Disconnect from the Fray: Christmas time is a marketer’s dream. They pump our televisions, inboxes and mailboxes full of advertisements to stir up the “wanter” inside of us. Disconnect yourself from the madness of Christmas and stick to your plan.
  • 5. Someone Else: The power of accountability is most needed in stressful and emotionally-charged times. Christmas tends to be both. Open up with another person or family and ask them to hold you accountable to saying no to debt and enjoying the true meaning of Christmas.

What are some other creative ways you can avoid the pitfalls of debt this Christmas season?

By Josh Lawson, Director of Community Engagement

What to Do in Waco

“There’s nothing to do in Waco.”

This was a common sentiment among me and my friends throughout college. When it came to the weekends (or weekdays for that matter), we would consistently find ourselves sitting around trying to figure out what in the world to do with our lives and our free time in Waco.

But much has changed in Waco in the past several years. Now, when I think about what to do at night or on the weekend the phrase is not, “What’s there to do in Waco,” but instead, “What part of Waco do I want to experience today?”

My family and I have a few go-to, tried-and-true Waco sites that we visit on a consistent basis, but I thought I would toss the net wide to others in our community and ask for their favorite things to do in our great city.

The response was overwhelming!

For several days, college students, young professionals, retirees, parents with kids and even new-to-towners shared their Waco favorites.

The list ran pretty long, so I decided to break it up into a few different categories including Off the Beaten Path Must Do’s, Local Eateries, and Overall Top Vote Getters. Check out the lists (keep coming back when you need some ideas).

 

Off the Beaten Path Must Do’s:

  • Homestead Heritage
    • Go there on Saturday mornings for breakfast (order the Sweet Potato pancakes – with angel kisses topping) and then walk around all the shops and observe people working at their crafts- woodworking, pottery, etc.
  • Lake Waco Wetlands
    • Visit the wetlands and take a beautiful scenic walk around the area that includes some incredible local wildlife.
  • Slippery Minnow
    • Catch some live music, watch the sunset on Lake Waco and enjoy a nice chicken sandwich.
    • The Slippery Minnow is currently closed for the season, but will reopen in the spring.

Local Eateries:

  • Lula Janes
    • Owner Nancy Grayson started Lula Jane’s after launching the Rapaport Academy in East Waco. The food here is fresh, with one entrée to choose from per day and an assortment of delicious home-baked goods.
  • World Cup Café
    • Mission Waco launched the World Cup Café several years ago as a catalyst for economic development in the Northside neighborhood. Since that time it has become a hub for great conversations and down home comfort food.
  • Common Grounds and Dichotomy
    • If you need a little pick me up either early in the morning or late at night, these are your go-to places. Their styles could not be more different, but they are both great places to grab a nice hot drink and sit down for some cool conversations.
    • Try Common Ground’s Cowboy Coffee for a caffeine boost, or Dichotomy’s pure cane sugar Dr Pepper paired with a shot of espresso for something new.
  • Lolita’s
    • If you didn’t know that breakfast tacos were such a thing, visit Lolita’s and order the Elefante and your life will never be the same.
  • George’s, Viteks
    • If you need to get in touch with your inner meat lover, then be sure to check out Vitek’s Gut Pak or George’s world famous chicken fried steak (or chicken).
  • Dessert – Katie’s Custard, Heritage Creamery, Pokey O’s
    • Your late night dessert cravings should never be neglected with this delectable assortment of dessert places in Waco. Whether it’s the harvest cyclone from Katie’s Custard or the ooey gooey goodness of an ice cream sandwich from Pokey O’s, you will be sure to find sugary goodness at one of these stops.
  • Health Camp
    • Health Camp offers some of the best burgers, fries and milkshakes in town. And don’t be deceived by the name…there’s nothing healthy about it, but it sure is good.

Top Vote Getters:

  • Cameron Park
    • In the heart of downtown sits the second largest inner city park in America (just after Central Park in NYC). This park boasts some of the state’s best mountain biking trails, miles of running trails, two disc golf courses, the indomitable Jacobs Ladder and incredible views from Lover s Leap and Lawson’s Point (ahem…).
  • Cameron Park Zoo
    • If you thought you heard a lion in the woods of Cameron Park, you’re not crazy. The Cameron Park Zoo is smack dab in the middle of the park and boasts an incredible array of animals including lions, tigers and of course bears!
  • Baylor Campus
    • Walk around campus, swing on the green and gold swings, see the new business school, run the bear trail, see the bears and enjoy the new Baylor Fountain on Fountain Mall.
  • Farmers Market
    • One of the greatest improvements in the life of our city over the past few years has definitely been the growth and development of the Farmers Market on the River on Saturday mornings. With live music and local goodness from some of our favorites like Cheddar Box, Sergios and Co-Town Crepes, this is definitely the place to be on Saturday mornings.
  • Enjoy the Brazos
    • With a river that runs through the heart of our city, it is definitely something worth exploring. Whether it is kayaking or catching some waves on a wake board behind a boat, there is plenty of fun to be had on the water.
    • If you’re not one for getting wet, you can have a great time walking along the suspension bridge and riverfront trail and enjoying Indian Springs Park (just look for the cow statues).

 

Things that you should check out at Least Once:

  • World Hunger Relief Farm, Mammoth Site, Dr Pepper Museum, Waco Symphony, Art Center of Waco and of course the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame.

Coming Soon:

  • Magnolia Silos, In N’ Out Burger

As you can see, there are plenty of things to do in Waco. So go ahead and get out there, explore, invest in our beautiful city and bring others along with you!

By Josh Lawson, Director of Community Engagement

 

Generous Giving: ReAlign part 3

I know I’m supposed to be the guy that teaches on Biblical finances, but if I’m honest, I really don’t like the idea of giving. To my number-crunching, tight-fisted, “it’s-not-in-the-budget” brain, it seems like such a waste of my money. I have bills to pay, kids to send to college, other “more important” things to take care of. Giving is the last thing I want to do!

So then why does God invite me to give? Actually, why does He command me to give? Psalm 24:1 says God owns everything, so surely He doesn’t need my money. Why does He tell me that even though it is the last thing I want to do, it should actually be the first  thing I do?

Here’s why: because He knows it’s good for me and you.

And why is giving for our good?

Giving helps REALIGN our lives with the one thing that really matters: knowing God and making Him known.

  • As we give, it takes the focus off ourselves and puts it back onto God and what He wants to do through our money. God knows that when we only focus on our needs and our wants it creates more discontentment, less thankfulness and less joy.
  • At its core, giving is really about worshiping God.

Giving multiplies our money.

  • I know the math might not work on paper, but God promises to multiply our resources when we give.
  • Here’s what Paul had to say to some of his friends who decided to give out of their incredible poverty. “ Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for foodwill also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness” (2 Corinthians 9:10).
  • Until we give our money away, it cannot have the great impact God intended for it. For some of you that might be difficult because you feel like you don’t have enough money to give, but God promises to give us more “seed to sow” as we give.

Today, as you are looking at the pile of bills and all of the things you should be doing, know that God understands exactly where you are at. He knows exactly what you need and His invitation to give is not out of spite. He wants you to be set free! And giving is what will get you there.

By Josh Lawson

Do you want to know more about how to live out Kingdom values with your finances? Sign up for our ReAlign class, beginning October 18th. The cost is $49 and includes a ReAlign kit! You can also pick up your copy of Josh’s book, ReAlign: Finding God’s Purpose for Your Money in our bookstore or online.

Why You Hate Your Job and What to do About It: ReAlign part 2

Have you ever hated your job? Not just disliked it, but actually despised it with a passion?

If you have, then you aren’t alone. A recent survey showed that 80 percent of people polled HATED their jobs.

That means the majority of us wake up every morning trying to figure out how we are going to survive the next eight to ten hours of our life. To us it seems like work has zero purpose other than giving us the ability to have fun or do things we really enjoy in life.

But I believe God’s desire is for work to serve a higher purpose than just giving us a paycheck.

And let me tell you something you probably won’t like: the purpose of work isn’t to make you happy.

I think that’s why the majority of us are so disappointed by work. Sure, we have bad bosses and stressful work environments, but at the core, we hate our jobs because we believe work is supposed to make us happy.

SO IF THE PURPOSE OF WORK ISN’T TO MAKE ME HAPPY, THEN WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF WORK?

I’m so glad you asked!

THREE PRIMARY PURPOSES FOR WORK:
  • Provide – It might seem like common sense, but God gave us work to provide for us. In the Garden of Eden, God created everything, but then He presented the task of harvesting to be man’s primary occupation. That is still true today. God has given each of us unique gifts and talents in order to provide for our households.
  • Character – I know, it’s not a popular word nowadays, but the second key purpose of work is to develop this little thing called character. The word “character” can actually be translated to mean “carving on a stone.” And that’s actually what character development feels like. This is helpful for us to remember when we are in a tough job or a stressful situation. Maybe God doesn’t want you to leave that situation or job, but maybe He wants to work on your character.
  • Deputy – The word “work” can be translated to mean “deputy,” or someone who acts on behalf of another. The final purpose of work is to work with God as His deputy to see His purposes accomplished in the world. The goal of work is not to build bigger mini-kingdoms for ourselves, but instead to advance the Kingdom of God in the world!

So, if you are one of the hundreds of millions of Americans who hate your job, what do you do?

Three simple things:
  • Thank God for your job
  • Ask him what He’s working on inside of you
  • Invite him to dream His dreams through you at work.

Want to get your finances ReAligned and on track? Sign up for the eight-week ReAlign Class, starting October 18th. The cost is $49 and includes a ReAlign kit.

By Josh Lawson, Author of ReAlign

Tell Me the Number: ReAlign part 1

“Okay I get it, having stuff is bad, giving is good, but really, just tell me the number I am allowed to spend and what I have to give away.”

Sound familiar?

This is usually the response we get after teaching on living simply. But it’s the wrong question. There is no magic for what you should give away. There is no amount of stuff you can or cannot accumulate.

The equation Jesus gives us often makes us angry. It blows our circuits and frustrates everyone who just wants a to-do list to accomplish to check off to be a Christian with money. And here’s why; Jesus couldn’t care less about your tasks. He couldn’t care less about how much stuff you have or don’t have. Here is what He wants; your heart and your attention.

Matthew 6:24 tells us no one can serve two masters. We will end up hating one and loving the other. Jesus doesn’t want someone to just do what He says. He wants someone who will love Him with his or her life and resources.

At the core of our love there is this little thing called trust. You will live for whatever you trust. It will be what your money follows and ultimately what you spend your life trying to serve.

So the question of simplicity is not how much stuff you have or don’t have, but instead, do you trust that Jesus is enough to satisfy you? Do you trust that he has your back? Do you trust that He will provide everything for you? Do you trust that He is worth it?

When your heart is settled on that, you are free to do whatever God asks with your money. You are free to have a little. You are free to have much. You are free to live for God’s Kingdom.

And we will be able to echo the ancient words of the apostle Paul; “I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do all this through Him who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:12-13).

We will continue to explore these Biblical truths and how they affect our financial lives in our eight-week REALIGN Class, starting October 18th. The cost is $49 and includes a ReAlign kit! Register today.

By Josh Lawson

3 Ways to Give Out of Your Need

You want me to be honest? I really don’t like the idea of giving. I know that I’m the “money guy,” but you also have to realize that I’m what you would call a “tightwad.” Any use of my money that doesn’t seem to have a return or practical use rubs me the wrong way. Those feelings are compounded when I feel like I never have enough money to give! But maybe you’re like my wife and you actually enjoy giving. You love the idea of giving your friend that perfect gift or a ministry that much needed donation.

Whether you are the tightwad or the carefree giver, you can all probably agree that we would like to give more. And for many of us, we know that we should give, but the numbers just don’t add up.

We feel like we have too many needs of our own to even think about giving. There is always another need in our life, whether that need is to pay our light bill or to save for our kids’ college education.

So then the question becomes, how do we give in the midst of our need?

1. Giving must become a priority.

Take a second and figure out your top three financial priorities. Be honest with yourself. Now, if you are like most people, giving is probably hovering around fifth or sixth on your list. Other more important things are taking priority and therefore, they will get the money first. In order to be able to give as much as we would like, we must make giving a priority in our lives.

2. Giving must become part of a disciplined plan.

All too often our financial plans revolve around the “emergencies” we see right in front of us. We are flying through life at a million miles an hour and giving becomes an afterthought. If we want to be people who give consistently, then giving must become a part of our plan before life happens. If we hope to give someday but fail to actually put it into our monthly spending plan, then we will probably not ever get there. And if we give flippantly because we feel bad and hope the rest of our bills are taken care of, then that isn’t good management. My encouragement would be to put giving at the top of your monthly plan to make sure it happens regularly. Don’t wait until the end of the money to give because I can promise you the money will be gone.

And for those of you who want to “give spontaneously” and “be free,” Jenny and I can honestly say that we have been able to give spontaneously and give more than we thought possible because of how diligent we have been to stick to a plan throughout the years.

3. Ask God what you should give to and how much.

Now one of the most important steps in this process is to listen to and obey God’s leading. He has all the wisdom in the world and the Holy Spirit is known as the “Great Counselor”! God sees your need. So when He is inviting you to give out of your need, He is standing outside of time and saying to you, “I’ve got your back. Just trust Me and give!” My encouragement would be to do it all within the context of community and wise counsel. If you feel like God is asking you to give to something, bring that to your Lifegroup and community and ask what they sense God is saying.

To my practical mind, giving in my need doesn’t compute. It seems irresponsible.But thankfully we serve a God who is supernatural. His ways are not our ways. His thoughts are not our thoughts.

And when He invites us to give out of our need, He also has a beautiful promise on the other side to provide for all of our needs.

IN RESPONSE:

I encourage you to think through these three steps and put a plan on paper for how to give out of your need. You will be encouraged as you give faithfully and watch God supply your needs. Let me leave you with an encouragement from the Apostle Paul to the Corinthian church:

“And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work… Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness.”

By Josh Lawson, director of Impact Waco and author of ReAlign

Giving Generously: ReAlign Part 3

I know I’m supposed to be the guy that teaches on Biblical finances, but if I’m honest, I really don’t like the idea of giving. To my number-crunching, tight-fisted, “it’s-not-in-the-budget” brain, it seems like such a waste of my money. I have bills to pay, kids to send to college, other “more important” things to take care of. Giving is the last thing I want to do!

So then why does God invite me to give? Actually, why does He command me to give? Psalm 24:1 says God owns everything, so surely He doesn’t need my money. Why does He tell me that even though it is the last thing I want to do, it should actually be the first  thing I do?

Here’s why: because He knows it’s good for me and you.

And why is giving for our good?

 

Giving helps REALIGN our lives with the one thing that really matters: knowing God and making Him known.

  • As we give, it takes the focus off ourselves and puts it back onto God and what He wants to do through our money. God knows that when we only focus on our needs and our wants it creates more discontentment, less thankfulness and less joy.
  • At its core, giving is really about worshipping God.

Giving multiplies our money.

  • I know the math might not work on paper, but God promises to multiply our resources when we give.
  • Here’s what Paul had to say to some of his friends who decided to give out of their incredible poverty. “ Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for foodwill also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness” (2 Corinthians 9:10).
  • Until we give our money away, it cannot have the great impact God intended for it. For some of you that might be difficult because you feel like you don’t have enough money to give, but God promises to give us more “seed to sow” as we give.

Today, as you are looking at the pile of bills and all of the things you should be doing, know that God understands exactly where you are at. He knows exactly what you need and His invitation to give is not out of spite. He wants you to be set free! And giving is what will get you there.

By Josh Lawson

Do you want to know more about how to live out Kingdom values with your finances? Pre-order Josh’s new book, ReAlign: Finding God’s Purpose for Your Money, today!

Why You Hate Your Job and What to do About It: ReAlign Part 2

Have you ever hated your job? Not just disliked it, but actually despised it with a passion?

If you have, then you aren’t alone. A recent survey showed that 80 percent of people polled HATED their jobs.

That means the majority of us wake up every morning trying to figure out how we are going to survive the next eight to ten hours of our life. To us it seems like work has zero purpose other than giving us the ability to have fun or do things we really enjoy in life.

But I believe God’s desire is for work to serve a higher purpose than just giving us a paycheck.

And let me tell you something you probably won’t like: the purpose of work isn’t to make you happy.

I think that’s why the majority of us are so disappointed by work. Sure, we have bad bosses and stressful work environments, but at the core, we hate our jobs because we believe work is supposed to make us happy.

SO IF THE PURPOSE OF WORK ISN’T TO MAKE ME HAPPY, THEN WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF WORK?

I’m so glad you asked!

THREE PRIMARY PURPOSES FOR WORK:

  • Provide – It might seem like common sense, but God gave us work to provide for us. In the Garden of Eden, God created everything, but then He presented the task of harvesting to be man’s primary occupation. That is still true today. God has given each of us unique gifts and talents in order to provide for our households.
  • Character – I know, it’s not a popular word nowadays, but the second key purpose of work is to develop this little thing called character. The word “character” can actually be translated to mean “carving on a stone.” And that’s actually what character development feels like. This is helpful for us to remember when we are in a tough job or a stressful situation. Maybe God doesn’t want you to leave that situation or job, but maybe He wants to work on your character.
  • Deputy – The word “work” can be translated to mean “deputy,” or someone who acts on behalf of another. The final purpose of work is to work with God as His deputy to see His purposes accomplished in the world. The goal of work is not to build bigger mini-kingdoms for ourselves, but instead to advance the Kingdom of God in the world!

So, if you are one of the hundreds of millions of Americans who hate your job, what do you do?

Three simple things:

  • Thank God for your job
  • Ask him what He’s working on inside of you
  • Invite him to dream His dreams through you at work.

Want to get your finances ReAligned? Sign up for the ReAlign Class, starting Sunday, January 25th.

By Josh Lawson, Author of ReAlign