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Biblically Responsible Investing

17 Sep 2019

Reading Time: 3 minutes The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

5 Sep 2019
Piggy bank with calculator represents Biblically Responsible Investing Historical Returns - Comparable or Better

Reading Time: 3 minutes The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

21 Aug 2019
Invested with Purpose - Art Ally shares his story of starting Timothy Plan.
15 Aug 2019
Reading Time: 4 minutes

A new book aimed at financial advisors and their clients and focusing on the growing field of faith-based investing has just been released.

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25 Feb 2019
Biblically Responsible Investing is a tangible way to honor your values in the choices you make, including investing.

Reading Time: 3 minutes The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

5 Feb 2019
In the wake of Billy Graham’s evangelical crusades from the 1940s to the first decade of the 21st Century, the portion of the United States population identifying as “evangelical Christian” steadily grew.

Reading Time: 16 minutes The growth of evangelical Christianity in America in the latter half of the 20th Century prompted the rise of many Christian-oriented institutions, including those in the financial sector. From Larry Burkett’s founding of a Christian financial ministry in 1976 to Art Ally’s launching of the Timothy Plan in 1994, the Faith-Based Investing / Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) world grew fast – and is still expanding. Read more

30 Jan 2019

Reading Time: 7 minutes Since the beginning, God has given humanity the gift of dominance over all living things, but also a responsibility to be good stewards of His creation. Therefore, we owe it to our Maker to use our money wisely. We should do nothing to hinder His Kingdom and instead advance it. We should not hurt people by investing in ventures that promote or traffic in sin. Read more

7 Jan 2019
Brief History Socially Responsible Investing

Reading Time: 7 minutes Using moral discernment when investing money is not new; it can be traced to Jewish moral responsibility under the Torah more than 1,000 years before Christ. Christian leaders such as Martin Luther and John Wesley also urged congregants to invest morally. During the 20th Century, the concept was embraced by various causes, from environmentalism to ending apartheid in South Africa. Read more

12 Nov 2018
Reading Time: 8 minutes
Art Ally, Sr. (center) with brother Henry and cousin Habiba – Liftaya, Homs, Syrian Arab Republic – 1920

Art Ally, founder of the Timothy Plan and pioneer of Biblically Responsible Investing, has a pretty incredible story that few people know about. I’m his daughter, and I’d like to share it with you.

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