By Robert Knight for The Christian Post
“You don’t have to be a Christian to want to invest your money in companies that make the world a better—not worse—place. But Christians and Jews have additional insight through the Scriptures that all our money—and our time—belongs to God, not just the money we tithe, or the time we spend in worship.”
These are the words of Timothy Plan founder Art Ally in a chapter of a new book published by The Signatry, a Kansas-based global Christian foundation that specializes in financial stewardship. The 169-page book, Investing & Faith: The Impact of Faith-Based Investing, leads off with a history of the field by Ally.