Corporate America Can’t Alienate Christian Investors

Corporate America Can’t Alienate Christian Investors

October 21, 2019

Even as more and more companies enter the politically correct fray, biblical stewardship and nationally syndicated host Dan Celia says the nation’s biggest and best companies know better.

“Top companies know that Christian investors are paying attention to their actions, and the faithful are knowledgeable and passionate about how their God-given resources are used,” Celia said. “Over the past several years, I have seen a dramatic increase in the number of investors who want to honor God with the money He has entrusted to them. And more and more of America’s top companies are finally listening and starting to respect this biblical stance in investing.”

Biblically responsible investing, or BRI, has grown exponentially, adds Celia, who leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM,, as Christians become more aware of how their money is being used and want to ensure that their resources, which are God’s to begin with, aren’t invested in companies that ultimately displease God.

Celia focuses on important economic trends and biblical investing during his daily, three-hour program, “Financial Issues” and says a growing number of people want information to make sure their dollars are not invested in abortion, pornography, gambling and a host of other anti-biblical causes.

“Christians make up a huge percentage of investors across America, and my goal for the past 30-plus years has been to educate this segment of investors to take a stand against company stocks where executives are allowing their personal ideology to get in the way of the responsible stewardship of stockholders’ money,” Celia said. “Many investors today, especially the faithful, want to stay away from companies that are supporting a disgusting and offensive agenda. If Christians come together to invest biblically, there’s no telling how the culture will be impacted.”

To interview Dan Celia of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, contact, Patrick Benner, 610.584.1096, ext. 104, or ext. 102.