By Jacob WOlinsky for Value Walk
Over the 25-year history of the Timothy Plan family of biblically responsible mutual funds, trials, blessings and miracles were abundant. And the other constant that remained was founder Art Ally’s passion for biblically responsible investing (BRI).
In 1994, Ally launched a mutual fund that gave Christians an alternative to worldly investing. The term “biblically responsible investing” didn’t exist at that time, but was sometimes called “values-based investing,” “morally responsible investing,” “biblically based investing” or “faith-based investing.”