Are your finances getting out of control? Have you made mistakes with your money? Are you in more debt than you’d like to admit?

Cherie Lowe has been there. She and her family found themselves $127,482.30 in debt (did your jaw drop?). They hadn’t bought a yacht, blown it on designer clothes, or purchased a mansion. The small, everyday expenses of living just added up―until suddenly, the Lowes were being threatened by one dragon of a debt.

But through hard work and with God’s help, Cherie’s family vanquished this foe, one bill at a time. And you can too! In Slaying the Debt Dragon, Cherie shares how her war on debt made her financially free, strengthened her marriage, taught her children valuable money-management skills, and brought her whole family closer to God and one another. As you read her battle tales, you’ll be armed with the weapons you need to fight your own financial foes. With God, all things are possible―and your inspired happily ever after can begin today.

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January 3rd, 2018

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  • Edie Carter says:

    Hear the Battle Cry! This was the perfect time for me to read Slaying the Debt Dragon by Cherie Lowe. Her story sounds a whole lot like ours (I’m so thankful that our red number is much less than hers was at the beginning of her journey). Their debt racked up from normal every day life as well. Her story of perserverance and common sense decisions is so inspiring. She gives practical advice and loads of encouragement throughout the book. The Lowes listened to Dave Ramsey and incorporated some of his principles but…

  • Paul Mastin says:

    Debt-free inspiration from someone who was swallowed up in debt It’s a new year, a great time to make changes and build new habits, but as Cherie Lowe points out in Slaying the Debt Dragon: How One Family Conquered Their Money Monster and Found an Inspired Happily Ever After, “there is no good time to begin paying off debt. There is only today.” She tells the story of her family’s four year journey of paying off over $120,000 in debt. Their combined student loans, credit card debts, and assorted debts were a burden; they decided to make some…

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