Biblically Responsible Investors Hold Corporations Accountable with Billions Under Investment
Timothy Plan Has Identified God-Honoring Investments for 25 Years
ORLANDO, Fla.—Actions speak louder than words. And for millions of Christians committed to biblically responsible investing (BRI), their actions are powerful when it comes to their hard-earned finances in holding corporations accountable.
Through these faith-driven investors, millions of dollars are being redirected away from companies that have agendas that are ungodly.
For 25 years, the Timothy Plan family of mutual funds has helped clients invest in a way that aligns with both their values and retirement goals through BRI. A foundational principle is that God owns everything, and Timothy Plan leaders are firmly committed to running a mutual fund company with the integrity, excellence and wisdom that brings honor and glory to the Lord.
Timothy Plan, for example, does not invest in companies that support abortion, pornography, anti-family agendas or have other agendas contrary to the teachings of Scripture—or that are actively participating in activities that may prove destructive to communities-at-large.
“We know there are companies out there who are actively involved in or profiting from immoral practices such as abortion, pornography and much more,” said Timothy Plan founder Art Ally. “Many have used these companies to accumulate wealth, but we often forget that when we choose to invest in any company, we become owners in a company and help to financially support the mission and vision of that company.
“But there are two pieces of good news,” Ally continued. “First, biblically responsible investors have taken a billion dollars away from these companies and invested it in a way that would please God. And second, some corporations have reversed course because of pressure from these types of faithful investors. Their brave actions have caused corporations to reconsider their payments to certain causes and to think carefully before proceeding in questionable holdings.”
Mutual funds are available through a prospectus (Timothy Plan Prospectus) by contacting the fund or a financial professional. When considering a mutual fund, investors should always carefully read the prospectus before inventing to analyze the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses.
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