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Christian Financial Perspectives started in 2018 with the goal of educating listeners on what “God’s Word Says about Money”. The Bible can provide a foundation for all of our money management principles and all of the basics for financial planning and how to create a financial wellness plan for you and your family. All we have to do is look for it, and it’s there! Scripture speaks on how to invest, how to handle money on a daily basis, paying taxes, and so much more. There really are very few people talking about this right now, and we are excited to be bringing this information to people all over the world through our Christian financial podcast.

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Christian Financial Perspectives started in 2018 with the goal of educating listeners on what “God’s Word Says about Money”. The Bible can provide a foundation for all of our money management principles and all of the basics for financial planning and how to create a financial wellness plan for you and your family. All we have to do is look for it, and it’s there! Scripture speaks on how to invest, how to handle money on a daily basis, paying taxes, and so much more. There really are very few people talking about this right now, and we are excited to be bringing this information to people all over the world through our Christian financial podcast.

    The History of Faith Based Investing

    The History of Faith Based Investing

    In every movement, there are pioneers and those who pave the way - those who step out in faith towards a great unknown. In this episode, Bob and Shawn talk about the pioneers of the faith based investing movement. For many years, people were unable to choose who and what their investments were supporting because there just wasn’t information readily available in order to make faith based decisions when it came to choosing where your money went. However, that all changed in the mid 90’s when companies like “The Timothy Plan” stepped up in the investing world and trudged forward to create a way for Christians to invest in companies that they could be proud of - companies that aligned with the Christian faith. Thus, faith based investing was born and began to grow and take shape.



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    * Investment advisory services offered through Christian Investment Advisors Inc dba Christian Financial Advisors, also known as Christian Financial Advisors Management Group, a registered investment advisor. Comments from today’s show are for informational purposes only and not to be considered investment advice or recommendations to buy or sell any company that may have been mentioned or discussed. The opinions expressed are solely those of the host, Bob Barber and his guests. Bob does not provide tax advice and encourages you to seek guidance from a tax professional. While Christian Investment Advisors believes the information to be accurate and reliable, we do not claim or have responsibility for its completeness, accuracy, or reliability.

    • 37 min
    98 - Insurance Do’s and Don’ts

    98 - Insurance Do’s and Don’ts

    Bob is joined by Ron First of Christian Insurance Services to discuss the do’s and don’ts of insurance coverage. Insurance is more than just a requirement. Instead, we need to look at insurance with the entire picture in mind as part of your entire financial plan. Ron covers the most common insurance coverages, like health and auto, while also delving into rarely mentioned areas, like disability.



    Learn More: christianfinancialpodcast.com and christianfinancialadvisors.com

    Twitter: twitter.com/CFPpodcast and twitter.com/HelloCFAdvisors

    Facebook: facebook.com/CFPpod and facebook.com/HelloCFAdvisors



    * Investment advisory services offered through Christian Investment Advisors Inc. DBA CIS Wealth Management Group, a registered investment advisor. Comments from today’s show are for informational purposes only and not to be considered investment advice or recommendations to buy or sell any company that may have been mentioned or discussed. The opinions expressed are solely those of the host, Bob Barber, and his guest. Bob does not provide tax advice and encourages you to seek guidance from a tax professional.

    • 32 min
    How To Make Good Financial Decisions

    How To Make Good Financial Decisions

    We are going to break down different ways to avoid making financial mistakes when it comes to major financial decisions. Examples of major financial decisions include items like buying a new car, moving, buying a new or second home, or taking out a college loan. Basically, this is any financial decision that goes above and beyond the normal daily, or even monthly, monetary decisions that we make. In order to be best prepared when it comes to large financial decisions, we have divided our process into three different areas: Emotional, Spiritual, and Factual.



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    Twitter: twitter.com/CFPpodcast and twitter.com/CISWMG

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    * Investment advisory services offered through Christian Investment Advisors Inc dba Christian Financial Advisors, also known as CIS Wealth Management Group, a registered investment advisor. Comments from today’s show are for informational purposes only and not to be considered investment advice or recommendations to buy or sell any company that may have been mentioned or discussed. The opinions expressed are solely those of the host, Bob Barber and his guests. Bob does not provide tax advice and encourages you to seek guidance from a tax professional. While Christian Investment Advisors believes the information to be accurate and reliable, we do not claim or have responsibility for its completeness, accuracy, or reliability.

    • 26 min
    96 – 21 Costly Financial Mistakes People Make

    96 – 21 Costly Financial Mistakes People Make

    Unfortunately, many of us have fallen prey to common financial mistakes, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There are so many that are easily avoidable if you know what to look for. This episode breaks down 21 of the most common financial mistakes that Bob has seen people make over and over again during his 30 years in the financial business.

    95 – 10 Principles of Biblical Generosity

    95 – 10 Principles of Biblical Generosity

    Are you someone who gives your finances and your time out of a cheerful heart, or is it something you feel obligated to do? This episode discusses what the Bible says about the importance of giving generously. Giving generously is a very important subject in the Bible and one on which Jesus frequently spoke. It shows our faith to God and that we trust in him for support.

    94 – Location No Longer Matters

    94 – Location No Longer Matters

    Just 2 years ago, having a financial advisor in a different state, or even city, was something that most people never considered. Why? The capabilities to video chat, email, and sign digitally have been available for many years, but most people had not been utilizing these technologies. The recent coronavirus restrictions changed all this and vastly accelerated the adoption of these technologies far ahead of the expected timeline. In this podcast, we discuss why “Location no longer matters”.

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I have learned so many new details about finance, and I never knew about socially responsible investing before or that it was something that I could even do. It has definitely opened my eyes up to the world of investing with a Christian mindset.

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