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Kibler Financial Coaching

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“Most problems people face in life have financial roots, and I help people solve them.”

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What is Financial Coaching?

Walk you through the Seven Baby Steps of the Dave Ramsey Financial System.

Help you solve your immediate financial crises as well as get you on a plan for the future.

Show you how to get out of debt and stay out of debt.

Show you how to save and invest for the future.

Show you what kinds of insurance you need and what kinds to avoid.

Encourage you and motivate you to succeed with finances.

If that sounds like something you need, financial coaching is for you!

Our Mission Is to Build the Foundation of a Secure Future

David Kibler is a husband, father of four, and founding pastor of Catalyst Christian Church in Nicholasville, KY. He is a graduate of Henry Clay High School (1992), Centre College (1996), and Asbury Theological Seminary (1999) and has been in full-time ministry ever since.

Testimonials

  • We started our first week of financial coaching with David Kibler and we got a lot of things put into perspective that we just didn’t know.

    I had tried to budget before, but it never really worked for us. After we sat down with him and got it all on paper, it all made sense. He walked us through the Baby Steps and got us on a plan to get out of debt within a year and be home owners within two.

    The greatest thing was that he helped us find between $500-$600 per month that we were spending without knowing it- it was just disappearing on small stupid purchases. We are now using that to get us closer to our life goals.


    Josh and Chasity Taylor

Latest Blog Posts

The Three-Category System of Money Management

The Three-Category System of Money Management

In money management, I divide my finances into three separate parts: Money I Need Monthly, Money I Won't Need in the Next Five Years, and the third and most neglected category: Money I Don't Need Monthly But May Need in the Next Five Years Every dollar I have is in...

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Use a Sinking Fund to pay cash for a car

Use a Sinking Fund to pay cash for a car

A sinking fund is a fund set aside for a specific purchase you will need to make in the future. For example, cars wear out over time. We all know that the current car we are driving won't last- sooner or later it will break down and we will need to buy a new one. We...

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Should a Christian tithe on Net income or Gross income?

Should a Christian tithe on Net income or Gross income?

One of the areas where I get questions as a pastor is about giving. The big frequently asked questions I get are: How much should a Christian give? Why does God want us to give? Does it count if I tithe to an organization other than my church? Should a Christian tithe...

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