Friday, January 25, 2008

It's Ten O'Clock: Do You Know Where Your Money Is?

There's a lot of Christians who scrupulously avoid personal involvement with the promotion of such things as abortion, the homosexual agenda, "entertainment" that is decidedly anti-family, gambling, etc., but yet are very careless when it comes to how their money affects these issues. That's a serious oversight since everything in our lives should reflect our submission to the Lordship of Christ.

In other words, our consumer dollars shouldn't go where we ourselves wouldn't!

A desire for moral consistency should therefore move us into careful spending choices, boycotts of particularly grievous offenders, efforts of polite persuasion and, not to be overlooked, a spiritually circumspect approach to investing.

The Timothy Plan is a family of mutual funds that avoids investing in companies that are involved in practices contrary to Judeo-Christian principles. It is a splendid way to increase your CF ("consistency factor") by keeping your investment dollars away from companies which are contributing to the moral decline of America...companies involved in things that you are so vocally critical of in other contexts. The Timothy Plan helps "exterminate the bugs from your investments" as it judiciously screens companies in ways that you simply do not have the means or time to do.

Claire and I have been investors with the Timothy Plan for many years now and we heartily endorse their service. Find out more by surveying their web site. There you'll find plenty of very interesting, very helpful information.

So, c'mon; keep your treasure where your heart is. Take a good look at the Timothy Plan today.