Biblically Responsible Investing

"Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) is a growing movement among Christian investors and investment firms, with significant potential for cultural impact. BRI is an investing approach that seeks to ensure that a Christian is investing in a way that is consistent with the moral standards of the Bible. Is BRI a helpful investment approach? Or just a marketing ploy meant to exploit?"[1]

BRI is a more refined category of Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), which encourages Christians to worship the Lord with their resources by directing their investment strategies toward advancing His kingdom.


Biblically Responsible Investing


BRI does not mean sacrificing performance. It does mean that you can feel good you are actually doing more than making money: you are helping the community, the environment, and other people, all without compromising your moral Christian values.

There are a variety of websites and institutions that promote BRI, including:

Being biblically responsible with your finances does not just apply to investing. We encourage Christians to think carefully about their spending habits too, and how to avoid contributing to anti-biblical programs and practices.

I am incredibly blessed to have so many beautiful clients. Pictured here is a new client, McCali, for whom I get to help set up a college savings plan.

You can also do some of your own research to find companies whose goals and beliefs are aligned with the Word of God by checking out 2nd Vote's company scores on issues that matter to you.

[1] Quote by Shane Enete, CFA, in "Inspired Investing"


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