Advocate of Biblical-Moral Responsible Investing
We want to give a very warm welcome to clients and friends of
Christian Financial Services
The previous office was Huntersville, NC
We certainly are looking forward to meeting each of you soon.
Please do feel free to contact us at any time with questions on your accounts etc.
What is Biblical-Moral Responsible Investing or BRI?
This is the effort of using a "Moral Screen" to screen out any company that either supports or gains from immoral activity. Are you concerned about the moral decline In our culture? Would you allow yourself to be involved in such items? You may be funding them with your invested portfolio.
You may own stock in a fund or company that supports or gains from exactly what you stand against and/or teach others against because it is immoral. If they knew, what would your family, friends, or followers say?
If your current advisor has not made moral or faith-based investing a priority with you one may ask "Why not?". Romans chapters 13-14, I Timothy 5:22
For this purpose we provide a FREE "Moral Audit". We would like to help you make sure your holdings mirror your heart felt convictions. Call us today to arrange for a moral review at NO COST.
Welcome to our Web site, where you’ll find a wealth of information in the form of newsletter articles, calculators, and research reports.
We hope your visit will help you understand the opportunities and potential rewards that are available when you take a proactive approach to your personal financial situation. We have created this Web site to help you gain a better understanding of the financial concepts behind insurance, investing, retirement, estate planning, and wealth preservation. Most important, we hope you see the value of working with skilled professionals to pursue your financial goals.
We’re here to help educate you about the basic concepts of financial management; to help you learn more about who we are; and to give you fast, easy access to market performance data. We hope you take advantage of this resource and visit us often. Be sure to add our site to your list of "favorites" in your Internet browser. We frequently update our information, and we wouldn’t want you to miss any developments in the area of personal finance.
We thank you for visiting StewardshipGuide where you can start finding Biblical answers for financial strategies today. Haggai 1:1-8
We are a full service financial services agency. Our desire is to help you with a Biblical financial road map. We want to help you reach your needs and objectives. This will be based on your information and God's Word as a source of information and reference for wisdom and direction. Proverbs 1:1-6
As you navigate our web site, you will find various scripture references for wisdom along with current market news and calculators and news information for your use to help with many questions you might have. James 1:5
What is your savings portfolio supporting or gaining from? If your current advisor has not made moral or faith-based investing a priority with you one may ask "Why not?". Romans chapters 13-14, I Timothy 5:2
It's time we rethink our perspective on money and possessions. We want to use what God has to say. I have found in my own experience that many American families are within a few short weeks of bankruptcy conditions. On one end of the spectrum families do not save money. On the other end of the financial spectrum many tend to hoard assets as we see in Luke 12:18-21.
Another part to the answer is that most of us have personal convictions and morals. Often times we are outspoken about them. However, when it comes to taking the monies that we have been blessed with, we do not look to see if we are a partner with a company that either supports or gains from immoral items. We may own stock in a company that supports or gains from exactly what we stand and/or teach others against because it is immoral. Deuteronomy 23:18 and others.
For this purpose we provide a moral review at no cost. We would like to help you make sure your holdings mirror your heart felt convictions. Call us today to arrange for a moral review at no cost.
Plus, we want to strive for the words seen in Mathew 25:21; "Well done, good and faithful steward." In Estate Conservation Planning, we rely too often on solely what man's wisdom is. In our own experience through the years I have found that many of Americans die without a will. Again, many either do nothing to plan or pass on our assets to those that come behind us in a way that tends to convey an attitude to hoard.
We give God the glory for the privilege of working with many individuals and also being in several churches over the years to either speak or teach. We do consider our efforts a ministry for the furtherance of His Kingdom. We keep ourselves available to be used as needed. Please contact us to schedule a time for your church, company, association, small group, or class.
Through the years we have received many "Thanks", but the most rewarding is to see families and individuals come to the Lord.
Come, let us search for His wisdom
Don't forget to call us today for your free "Values Report" to make sure your portfolio reflects your own values.
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You will find testimonials of participants and pastors with samples of the materials used for the in church training.
This has information for every person that manages money.
Every church, family, & individual will benefit from having this.
We can even help you schedule a time to come to your group or special event.
Contact us TODAY : Paul@StewardshipGuide.com or call: 877-257-0120.
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