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.
The big picture of parenting boils down to the idea of stewardship. It’s common for us to think about stewarding our money, but do we look at our children as our stewardship responsibility as well? We need to remember the end goal as we make those smaller decisions along the way. The following recording is…Read More
Coming on the heals of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday gives us an opportunity to turn our focus away from material things. This day was designed to be a celebration of generosity and can serve us all well as a reminder that there is a better purpose for our money outside of our…Read More
We’re in the time of year when we intentionally turn our focus to the act of giving thanks. This gives us a good opportunity to reflect on what it means to give thanks and examine whether we’re thankful in all circumstances or just for the things that have gone according to our plans. In this…Read More
It’s often said that emotions can be the worst enemy of an investor. Fear and greed are the most common investor emotions. In this interview we discuss how fear and greed are not just dangerous financially, but also reflective of issues in our spiritual lives. The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve”…Read More
We’re nearing the end of the year and it’s a good time to review our tax deductions to see if we could benefit by changing the way we do our charitable giving. You might be surprised by how easy some of these strategies work that could save you tax dollars. The following recording is from…Read More
How can we have a meaningful Christmas that creates memories without breaking our budget and taking on debt? It turns out that the things that matter most don’t normally cost a lot of money. We just need to be willing to plan ahead and make some small changes. The following recording is from “Mornings with…Read More