The #1 Reason for Financial Failure
– Not having a will in place
– Not having life insurance (or enough life insurance)
– The inability to retire because of lack of savings
Listen in to see how you can help prevent financial failure in your life!
Christian Financial Perspectives Episode 134
*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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