The Gospel of Wisdom, a wealth enhancement group for people with serious financial challenges, says the organization has received more than $20 million in donations from more than 300,000 donors in the United States and Canada.
Its members are people like Johnnie Cochran, a retired electrician in the U.S. who spent 20 years working for GE.
Johnnie was diagnosed with a heart condition and was unable to work because of his condition.
John was working part time at a GE plant in Kentucky when he began the journey to make the transition to the gospel.
John says he has now been able to work full-time for the company, and he says his personal financial situation is better than ever.
“I am so grateful for the opportunity to make this change,” John says.
John received a grant from the Gospel of Truth foundation, a group that works to help people who are struggling financially and are looking for ways to increase their wealth.
John also is part of a new group called the G.T.E.A.C.E., a group of people with disabilities who are living on their own, who also have access to a wealth management service through a GoFundMe account.
Gospel of Strength, which launched in December, is a non-profit that connects people who have been in poverty and their families with assets they can use to improve their lives.
It offers resources for those who are still struggling with a financial situation and who have the money to do it, and is also the first non-governmental organization to offer a wealth-enhancing program for people who don’t have the financial resources to do so themselves.
Gospel Strength, the nonprofit that launched in November, is the first to offer the GTEA-supported Wealth Enhancement program.
“It’s a lot of different things that people can do.
It’s a whole new way of looking at how you’re going to do things,” says John.
The program is designed to give a person with a wealth problem a second chance at financial independence, and the program will also help someone with chronic health problems.
John has been working for several months on a program that he hopes will make him financially independent, and it is something he says he would not have been able do without the help of the Gospel Foundation.
John is currently on a 12-week program, which will last a year, and will include: a $25,000 gift to help him pay for college;