Faith-Based Investing

God own it all.

Many are surprised when they learn that there are nearly 2500 passages in the Bible dealing with money and finances. Based on this evidence alone, it’s obvious that God considers how we handle our financial matters to be very important. And why wouldn’t He?

What Is Faith-Based Investing?

So how is BRI defined? First, it’s important to understand that Biblically Responsible Investing is not about the responsibility of companies to act justly and morally, but rather BRI is all about your responsibility to glorify God to the fullest extent possible with everything He has given you.

How does Faith-Based Investing helps?

The scripture tells us that God owns the earth and all that is in it – including us (Psm. 24:1). As stewards of what he has entrusted to us, we consider money to be a tool, a test, and a testimony (a.k.a. the “Three T’s”). We believe the Bible teaches that there is no imaginary divide between the secular and the sacred. And that what we do reflects who we are. Therefore, an integration of faith and finance is a reflection of our commitment to our Creator.

How can this be accomplished?

In the last decade, technology and committed Christian financial professionals have made it possible to lay Biblical principles over all that we do – investment planning (E1), financial planning (E2), and legacy planning (E3). 

In the area of investing (Financial Wealth), innovative minds have developed technological tools that allow us to make a deeper evaluation of company securities held in your portfolio. In the event this filtering process reveals activities that conflict with biblical principles, those particular companies can either be removed or never considered as part of your portfolio. Furthermore, there is ample evidence that this God-honoring approach allows access to the investment returns that free capital markets naturally offer over time.

Additionally, we are reminded of the parable of the talents which Jesus taught in Matthew 25. “While the lord was away” he entrusted large sums of money to three servants in expectation of an increase when he returned. Likewise, should we not be diligent to increase our lives for Him in every way? Doesn’t this also include the avoidance of investing our money in a manner that might actually assist the campaign of the Evil One while our Lord is away preparing a place for us?

In the area of financial planning (Lifestyle Wealth), we rely on Kingdom Advisors (KA) for support to build a written financial plan – again all based on Biblical principles. KA is a national organization we have been involved with for over a decade. It’s membership is made up of nearly 3000 advisors around the country who are dedicated to providing scriptural guidance to their clients in all their financial decisions.

Lastly, in the area of Legacy Wealth planning, if BRI is important to you, then you can be assured that any financial wealth you choose to leave to family – or causes you value – will be free of anti-biblical cultural conflict. In addition, you can have confidence that you did your best to provide an example of biblical stewardship to your kids and grandkids when it came to managing the “talents” that you were entrusted with in this life.

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”

‭‭Hebrews‬ ‭11:1‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

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