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September 30, 2022

PHILADELPHIA — Host of the nationally syndicated radio and television program “Financial IssuesShana Burt has announced the reinstatement of the Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries’ (FISM, financialissues.org) biblically responsible Stock Buy List.

The Financial Issues Stock Buy List equips investors to make smart, responsible investments without the personal burden of research and guesswork. The in-depth analysis and stock selection are done by the Financial Issues team. Using the Financial Issues Buy List allows investors the peace of mind of knowing their stock options have been vetted for biblically grievous entanglements. Additionally, the Financial Issues platform includes asset allocation models that are adjusted frequently based on the current and projected financial climate.

Following the passing of FISM’s founder and CEO, Dan Celia, the ministry paused to evaluate and rebuild its daily financial radio and television program and financial advisory platform. Burt, who was mentored by Celia and is an experienced biblically responsible financial advisor, was the natural successor to take up Celia’s mantle of encouraging Christians to put God first in their finances and investments. Burt and her team of advisors have worked tirelessly to re-establish the biblically responsible stock lists, and the team is excited to be offering these services and others to their partners again.

In order to gain access to the Financial Issues Stock Buy List and Asset Allocation Models, listeners must become a partner with the ministry. To hear Burt expose the liberal agendas and woke ideologies within corporate America, address market headlines from a biblical worldview, and offer practical financial advice and stability amidst the volatility of our current economic season, listeners can tune into FISM.tv at 9 am ET or download and listen on the FISM app.

Read more about FISM and “Financial Issues” here or visit the FISMwebsite, its Facebook page, on YouTube at Financial Issues or on Twitter @financialissues; download the FISM app here and learn more about FISM.TV here.