Biblically Responsible Investing Research Report from Barna
According to Barna Research, over 45% of all the money in mutual funds is invested by Born Again Christians. Out of this 45%, many have never been asked if there are any moral or ethical concerns they would like to have addressed before having their money invested.
That 45% equates to $5.5 Trillion Dollars from Born Again Christians, many who would love to know how to invest without compromising their biblical values.
You can call me anytime to learn more about biblically responsible investing that will align your investments with your own faith and moral values.
The 5.5 trillion dollars from Born Again Christians is more than enough leverage to get corporate America’s attention to stop lending to immoral activities.
If every investor would decide to avoid every company who chooses to finance and support activities and companies who violate God’s Moral Values, then corporations could be forced to either change the way they chose to do business, or do without your support as a shareholder.
If Christians would invest by their faith and moral convictions, then we could see major changes in how Corporate America does business in America today!
Please feel free to call me anytime to learn more about Biblically Responsible Investing.
National Association of Christian Financial Counselors
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