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.
Have you ever asked how you could be a more efficient giver? As stewards, that is a fundamental question we should all be asking as we try to be shrewd in our giving. That concept is the topic of this week’s interview. You can read the full article on giving from your investments here. The following…Read More
If you’re like the average person I encounter, you’ve probably never been advised to give away your investment assets. That’s probably because your advisors are focused on helping you grow your investment accounts and neither of you bring up the topic of giving. A conversation on giving with a Christian will take the conversation to…Read More
One of the basic economic lessons we need to understand is the relationship between risk and reward. As stewards managing God’s money, we need to understand the amount of risk we’re taking and if the reward for that risk makes it a wise decision. That concept is the topic of this week’s interview. You can…Read More
Fear and greed are two of the most common emotions when it comes to investing. Unfortunately, fear is often driven by a lack of information and knowledge. We tend to fear things we don’t understand and it doesn’t help when we hear horror stories of people losing money in bad investments. Perhaps we even tried…Read More
Have you ever considered the impact inflation and taxes have on your money? As stewards managing God’s money, we need to be educated on these basic economic principles so we can make informed decisions. We discuss inflation and taxes in this week’s interview. You can read the full article on inflation and taxes here. The following…Read More
My first rule of investing is that a person shouldn’t invest in anything they don’t understand. If you can’t explain it, can you really know whether or not you’ve made a good decision? One day, we’ll each stand before God and give an account for our actions, including the way we’ve managed His resources. Can…Read More