I ask this because, beginning tomorrow, the class I am in is going off our regular routine, to give the normal teacher a break, and having some guy come in to show videos from this DR and then ___ (I don't know). So I've tried to look up this guy and actually a lot can be found about him, but the essence of his material is not freely available, but is for sale. That probably gets me off to a skeptical start; that, plus I tend to be quite skeptical in the first place of any 'program' or 'series' about finances in any church-related setting. If I'm wrong, tell me: I expect there to be a lot of talk about personal financial problems typical of over-spending materialistic Americans, and he's got the solution to getting out of debt and having a nest egg, and so on.... but then the T-word is going to sprung; not right away, but not too far into the material, as being a requirement to financial success. I'm concerned about that, because if it is so, that's the point at which I may become a disruption. If he (DR or this guy 'moderating') makes any claim that tithing results in financial blessings, I am going to contest that with my own experiences with statistical tests of hypotheses. In particular if he bring up Malachi 3, I know there's going to be a conflict of unknown depth.