Anything Less Than the Truth Is Just an Opinion
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.
How we start our journey into adulthood can often set the course for the rest of our lives, so it’s important that we make good decisions from the very beginning. The problem is that so many of the financial issues facing us at that age are completely new and we don’t know how to make…Read More
As Christians, how can we make biblically-based investment decisions and steward our resources wisely? Faith-based investing is a growing way to invest your money where your values are. It’s known as Biblically Responsible Investing and has grown in popularity on the idea that how a company makes money and what they do with it is…Read More
In our previous discussion, we concluded that our primary stewardship responsibility is to the gospel message and we can view all of our other resources as tools to be used in that effort to steward the gospel well. We want to pick back up on that topic and look at some specific areas and how…Read More
For many Christians, when we hear the word “stewardship”, we instantly relate it to the topic of money. In Christian circles, we’ve heard stewardship and money being tied together in many different contexts. It’s typically used in association with capital campaigns, budget conversations and fundraisers. But God’s Word paints a much broader picture of stewardship.…Read More
The student loan crisis has finally reached the point that individuals and institutions are both looking for alternatives to debt for funding a college education. One of those new methods being tried out is the Income Sharing Agreement where you trade a percentage of your future income to the school or the lender in exchange…Read More