In this episode, we present several verses on Biblical stewardship, management, and ownership to help better understand how Christians should approach money and wealth within a Biblical worldview. If you are a Christian, does the way you handle wealth line up with your Biblical worldview? Did you know that you could be unintentionally supporting anti-biblical values with your investments and not even know it? Not only that, but the way that we view and manage money is so important.

We are actually the managers of all that God has blessed us with here on earth, and we are to manage His property and wealth wisely. This is also known as stewardship, or being responsible for managing something for someone else. As Christians, it is important to be good stewards with all that God has blessed us with in His name.

Christian Financial Perspectives Episode 131

*About Christian Financial Perspectives*
Christian Financial Perspectives covers everything from “Investing in stocks, mutual funds and ETF’s” to “Planning for Retirement” to “Buying Investment Real Estate” to “Creating a Family Legacy” from a Biblical Worldview. The Bible has over 2000 scriptures that speak wisdom into how Christians can successfully structure their finances for a victorious life that honors God. Most people do not realize that Jesus spoke more about stewardship than heaven and hell combined.

*About Christian Financial Advisors®®*
Christian Financial Advisors®® is headquartered in Central Texas and serves clients nationwide with offices in New Braunfels and Boerne, Texas. Our focus is guiding you toward your financial goals by integrating values-based advice into financial planning, retirement planning, and investment management.

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