Faith-based investing growing in popularity among American Christians
Mark Regier of Everence Financial will speak about faith-based investing at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Faith Mennonite Church in Newton.
“Faith-based investing is an increasingly hot topic among Christians in America today,” he said.
More Americans are looking for ways to invest and save their money according to their beliefs, through the companies they choose to invest in and donate to.
“For many Christians, this movement toward faith-based investing in Christian mutual funds or selective stock has become another important way to keep faith alive and involved in the worlds,” he said.
It is common to see investment funds for Anabaptist, Roman Catholic, Christian Scientist, and Islamic faith-based companies, Regier said.
Residents can RSVP to Darlene Buller at (877) 467-7294 or by emailing email@example.com.