Building a Biblical Financial Worldview
At Investing in Truth, our mission is to disciple Christians through the building of a biblical financial worldview. Instead of following the advice of secular financial experts that have no perspective of eternity, we need to seek wisdom in its one true source, God’s Word. As it says in Colossians 2 – we have “Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Once we have an understanding of the truth, we can begin to understand the world around us. As we strive to reflect the image of Christ, let’s start by Investing in Truth before we invest in anything else.
What is the role of insurance in the Christian life? As we trust in God, we need to consider whether or not insurance conflicts with our recognition of God as our ultimate provider. The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve” on Moody Radio Indiana (97.9 FM). For more detailed information, you can…Read More
It’s quite common to hear people asking whether or not Christians should even have insurance and if so, how much and what kinds should they have. As we search the scriptures, we find that the Bible doesn’t give us these specific answers. However, it does give us principles that we can use to draw some…Read More
Our children’s personal information is valuable data in the hands of a criminal. As parents, we need to educate ourselves on the ways we can protect their information and the minimize damage if it has been compromised. The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve” on Moody Radio Indiana (97.9 FM). For more…Read More
Imagine this, your daughter is 17 years old and getting ready to finish high school and enter college. The big decisions have been made and the paperwork has been filed. However, you just got notice that she’s in jeopardy of not getting the financial aid or scholarships you’ve been counting on because over 10 years…Read More
Does it seem selfish for us to be motivated by a desire for the eternal rewards that God has promised us? Maybe it just feels that way because we’ve only seen the sin-stained version of the good things God has promised. The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve” on Moody Radio Indiana…Read More
Have you ever struggled with the idea that you sometimes find yourself being obedient to God because you desire the rewards He’s promised? Is it selfish to want to receive those things? Shouldn’t you want to do the right thing purely out of a love and desire to please God? These are all questions many…Read More