Biblically Responsible Investing: For God's Glory And Your Joy

“Biblically Responsible Investing” Book by Inspire Investing CEO Robert Netzly Ranks #1 Bestseller in Multiple Categories

Robert Netzly, CEO of biblical investing firm Inspire Investing, launches new #1 Bestselling book titled “Biblically Responsible Investing: For God’s Glory And Your Joy”.

Robert Netzly, CEO of biblical investing firm Inspire Investing and respected authority on faith-based investing, released his new book “Biblically Responsible Investing: For God’s Glory And Your Joy” last week and claimed the top spot as #1 Bestseller on Amazon for multiple major categories, including Christian Stewardship, Mutual Fund Investing, New Releases and others.

Netzly had this to say about the successful launch, “I am so humbled by the outpouring of support from Christian investors around the world who are responding to the call for biblically responsible investing and changing the way they invest for God’s glory and their joy. This is a spectacular movement of God.”

About The Book: “Biblically Responsible Investing”

Within the pages of “Biblically Responsible Investing”, Netzly describes in detail the story of how his life was turned upside down by his discovery of something called biblically responsible investing (BRI), how the Holy Spirit pierced his heart about the issue and his harrowing experience of leaving everything to follow Jesus into an uncertain future with no safety net.

Also within these pages is the story of how God is on the move in the financial industry, and the very real, very powerful biblically responsible investing movement underway. Christians across the globe are investing billions of dollars in alignment with biblical values for God’s glory and their joy. And as they do so, their hearts are being drawn nearer to the heart of God, their worship is becoming more rich, their satisfaction in Christ is becoming more complete and their lives are shining more brightly for God’s glory.

And Wall Street is being transformed.

About The Author: Robert Netzly

Robert Netzly is a frequent guest and contributor on FOX Business, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and other major media for his expertise on biblically responsible investing.

He is also the Founder and CEO of the Inspire Impact Group family of companies: Inspire Investing, a leading biblically responsible investment management firm; Christian Wealth Management, a professional membership network of Christian financial advisors dedicated to growing the BRI movement; and inspireinsight.com, a revolutionary, free investment analysis tool empowering investors with instant, unprecedented transparency into the moral issues supported by the companies in their portfolios.

For more information about Inspire Insight, please visit: www.inspireinsight.com

For more information about Christian Wealth Management, please visit: www.christianwealthmanagement.com

 

Robert Netzly, CEO - Inspire Investing, Mainstage Session Speaker at the 2018 Values Voter Summit

Biblically Responsible Investing Expert To Address Nation’s Conservative Leaders at 13th Annual Values Voter Summit

Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing, to share success stories of his firm’s major shareholder activism victories in support of conservative, biblical values.

Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing and global thought leader on the biblically responsible investing (BRI) movement, is scheduled to deliver a mainstage speech at this year’s Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. sharing exciting stories regarding victories in his shareholder activism work engaging major corporations to honor conservative, biblical values.

Netzly will educate conservatives about how they can get involved in creating even more change by leveraging the impressive growth of the biblically responsible investing movement in his mainstage speech titled “Glimpses of Victory” at this year’s Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.

A variety of speakers, including Members of Congress, activists, and key thinkers and leading voices of the conservative movement, have been invited to speak at the Summit which annually draws thousands of grassroots activists from across the country.

Other speakers scheduled to share the mainstage include President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Dr. Ben Carson, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Mark Meadows, former Rep. Dave Weldon, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Oliver North, Dr. Bill Bennett, David Daleiden, Joel Rosenberg, Dana Loesch, along with Tony Perkins, Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips, Dr. Paul McHugh, HHS Civil Rights Division Director Roger Severino, Activist Mommy Elizabeth Johnston, Fox News Radio’s Todd Starnes, Brigitte Gabriel, David and Jason Benham, George Barna, Gary Bauer among many others.

The Values Voter Summit will be held September 21-23 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Values Voter Summit is sponsored by FRC Action, American Values, AFA Action, Christian Healthcare Ministries, Inspire Investing, United In Purpose and Family Research Council. The Heritage Foundation and Patriot Voices are co-sponsors of the event.  An exhibit hall, book signings, radio row, media row, and much more will be packed into this three-day conference.

Pre-registration for media credentials is required. Please contact media@frc.org to obtain credentials.

For a schedule and more information on this year’s Values Voter Summit, please visit: http://www.valuesvotersummit.org/

Inspire 5th in "Top 50 Fastest Growing RIAs" - FA Mag

Inspire Investing Ranked #5 in the “Top 50 Fastest Growing RIAs” by Financial Advisor Magazine

Biblically responsible investing firm Inspire Investing came in at number 5 out of the top 50 fastest growing registered investment advisory (RIA) firms in the US in Financial Advisor Magazine’s annual report.

San Jose, California, May 23, 2018 – Inspire Investing, a leading biblically responsible investing (BRI) firm, ranked number 5 in the Financial Advisor Magazine (FA) “Top 50 Fastest Growing RIAs” annual report. FA’s 2018 RIA Survey and Ranking report is an annual survey that ranks firms’ based on percentage growth in assets from the previous calendar year and is the premier industry ranking of independent RIA growth.

Financial Advisor Magazine is a major publication targeted to financial professionals that aims to deliver essential market information and strategies to help advisors better serve their clients and grow their firms.

“We are incredibly thankful to our raving fans around the globe who have helped make Inspire one of the fastest growing investment firms in the nation. Our growth is a testament to the incredible momentum in the biblically responsible investing movement and the increasing numbers of investors who are making changes in their portfolios to support biblical values. Wall Street is totally unprepared for what is coming. We are just getting warmed up,” said Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

Inspire’s Rapid Growth And Innovative Approach

Inspire Investing made headlines across the globe last year with their innovative approach to biblically responsible investing, giving investors access to faith-based ESG investments that are low cost, index based, and aligned with biblical values. Inspire’s assets under management rose by an impressive 134% in 2017 and is currently nearing the $250-million-dollar mark. Inspire uses their proprietary Inspire Impact Score Methodology to identify the most inspiring, biblically aligned companies in the world to include in their portfolios.

“Investors are discovering that they can invest in companies they believe in, inspiring companies that are doing things like working to cure cancer, creating clean water solutions, and blessing their employees and communities they operate in, instead of companies like those that manufacture abortion drugs, violate human rights, and exploit their communities. And they don’t have to sacrifice performance to do it,” commented Netzly.

Inspiring Transformation Around The World

Inspire Investing not only invests in inspiring, impactful companies — they also strive to be one. Inspire donates 50% or more of their corporate profits to Christian ministry every year with a goal of donating $1 billion over their first 10 years. Last year alone Inspire built a clean water well for impoverished villagers in Nepal, provided relief for Syrian refugees and Hurricane Harvey victims, sent Bibles into North Korea and shared the hope of Christ with thousands of youth in America. And this year, Inspire has begun work transforming an entire village with clean water, schooling, a medical clinic, vocational training, child sponsorship and a church building in the mountains of Guatemala. With Inspire Investing, your money can help you work towards your financial goals while also making an impact in the lives of people across the globe.

For more information on Inspire Investing, please visit: www.inspireinvesting.com

For media inquiries or interview requests, contact: inspire@inspireinvesting.com

About Inspire Investing

Founded in 2015 and headquartered in the Silicon Valley of California, Inspire Investing seeks to create meaningful impact in the lives of people across the globe by providing low cost, biblically aligned investments that support Christian ministry and is a leading authority in the Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) movement. For more information, visit www.inspireinvesting.com.

Inspire Investing rings the New York Stock Exchange closing bell

Inspire Investing Surpasses $200 Million Assets Under Management

Biblically responsible investing (BRI) firm Inspire Investing breaks above $200 million in assets under management on increased buying volumes and positive performance.

San Jose, California, May 23, 2018 – Inspire Investing, the biblically responsible investing (BRI) asset manager that gained prominence last year with the launch of several new investment offerings geared toward serving faith-based investors, just passed a major milestone in the continued growth of their firm.

Positive performance and a surge in buying volumes propelled Inspire above $200 million AUM, just four months after Inspire CEO, Robert Netzly, and his team rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange for the second time in less than twelve months. That represents more than a 50% increase in AUM for the faith-based investing firm since the start of this year.

Inspire’s total discretionary assets under management were $207,392,054 as of market close on May 21st.

Growing Awareness For Biblically Responsible Investing

Netzly attributes his firm’s asset growth to an increased awareness among Christian investors of the opportunity to align their investments with their deeply held biblical values, as well as the low cost, index approach to biblically responsible investing that Inspire has championed.

“Christian investors are discovering that they can invest in companies they believe in, inspiring companies that are doing things like working to cure cancer, creating clean water solutions and blessing their employees and communities they operate in, instead of companies like those that manufacture abortion drugs, violate human rights, and exploit their communities. And they don’t have to sacrifice performance to do it.”

Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

Inspire’s Data Driven Approach To Biblically Responsible Investing

At the center of Inspire’s approach to biblically responsible investing is their proprietary Inspire Impact Score methodology. Using a wealth of environmental, social and governance (ESG) data from some of the most respected data providers in the world, Inspire analyzes companies from the bottom-up with a rules based, methodology driven process through the lens of a biblical values worldview.

The result of this objective, data-focused process is an Inspire Impact Score that ranges from -100 to +100, with scores closest to +100 representing greater alignment with biblical values. Inspire invests in those companies closest to +100 and never invests in companies with scores lower than zero in any of their strategies.

“We believe that companies more closely aligned with biblical values represent higher quality investment opportunities, and the number of our strategies outperforming their benchmarks seems to be supportive of that thesis,” says Netzly.

A brief video with more detail about the Inspire Impact Score process and criterion can be found on the company’s website at www.inspireinvesting.com.

Inspiring Transformation Around The World

Not only does Inspire Investing seek to invest in the most inspiring companies in the world, but they also aim to be one of the most inspiring companies in the world. As such, Inspire donates 50% or more of their corporate profits to Christian ministry every year. Last year alone Inspire built a clean water well for impoverished villagers in Nepal, provided relief for Syrian refugees and Hurricane Harvey victims, sent Bibles into North Korea and shared the hope of Christ with thousands of youth in America.

For more information on Inspire Investing, please visit: www.inspireinvesting.com

For media inquiries or interview requests, contact: inspire@inspireinvesting.com

About Inspire Investing

Founded in 2015 and headquartered in the Silicon Valley of California, Inspire Investing seeks to create meaningful impact in the lives of people across the globe by providing low cost, biblically aligned investments that support Christian ministry and is a leading authority in the Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) movement. For more information, visit www.inspireinvesting.com.

inspire 100 vs s&p 500

Biblically Responsible Inspire 100 Index Outperforms S&P 500 During Market Selloff

Biblically responsible Inspire 100 Index outperformed and proved less volatile than secular benchmark S&P 500 Index during some of the worst one-day stock drops since 2008.

The biblically responsible Inspire 100 Index outperformed the behemoth US large cap benchmark S&P 500 Index during one of the most tumultuous weeks for stocks since the 2008 crash. This gives credence to the financial merits of the rapidly growing biblically responsible investing movement.

“We are very pleased with the performance of our Inspire 100 Index during this recent market shakeup. To see such reduced volatility in our index when compared with secular benchmarks is a huge win for the biblically responsible investing movement and Christian investors everywhere”

Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

Biblically Responsible index vs. S&P 500 index chart

For the date range marking the top and bottom of the recent stock market decline (Jan. 26 – Feb. 9), the S&P 500 Index fell 7.74% while the Inspire 100 Index was down only 6.94%. This represents a total 0.80% out-performance during the period for the biblically responsible index (illustrated in the chart to the left).

Not only did the Inspire 100 Index experience a smaller total decline, but it also exhibited lower overall volatility with smaller declines than the S&P 500 index on the worst down days when stocks dropped the most.

About The Inspire 100 Index

The Inspire 100 Index tracks the performance of the one-hundred most inspiring, biblically aligned large companies in the United States, as measured by their Inspire Impact Score. The Inspire 100 Index is market-cap weighted, rebalanced annually and is designed to provide a biblically responsible alternative to the S&P 500 and other large-cap US indexes.

Detailed information on the Inspire 100 Index including performance history and holdings, as well as a short video describing the Inspire Impact Score methodology, can be found at www.inspireinvesting.com.

Inspire’s Rapid Growth And Innovative Approach

Inspire investing made headlines across the globe last year with the debut of their innovative approach to biblically responsible investing by giving faith-based investors access to low cost, index-based investments that are aligned with biblical values. Inspire’s assets under management rose by an impressive 154% in 2017 and are currently nearing the $150-million-dollar mark.

Inspire uses their proprietary Inspire Impact Score Methodology to identify the most inspiring, biblically aligned companies in the world to include in their portfolios: companies that are doing things like creating clean water solutions, curing cancer, giving generously to their communities and blessing their workforce. Inspire portfolios also pointedly avoid investing in companies involved with immoral issues such as abortion, pornography, human trafficking, LGBT activism and other areas of concern for faith-based investors.

Inspiring Transformation Around The World

Not only does Inspire Investing seek to invest in the most inspiring companies in the world, but they also aim to be one of the most inspiring companies in the world. As such, Inspire donates 50% or more of their corporate profits to Christian ministry every year. Last year alone Inspire provided clean water to impoverished villagers in Nepal, provided relief for Syrian refugees and Hurricane Harvey victims, sent Bibles into North Korea and shared the hope of Christ with thousands of youth in America.

“Our goal is to donate $1 billion dollars to Christian ministry over the next ten years,” commented Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing, “That is why we do what we do here at Inspire Investing and we are so thankful for the outpouring of support from our brothers and sisters around the world as we inspire transformation for the glory of God together.”


*Disclaimer: Investment advisory services offered through CWM Advisors, LLC dba Inspire, a Registered Investment Advisor with the SEC. The S&P 500 Index is an unmanaged, market cap weighted index of the 500 largest companies in the United States. You cannot invest directly in an index. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

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Inspire Investing Named as Finalist for ETF.com Industry Awards

Biblically responsible investing firm Inspire Investing has been named as a finalist in two categories in the 2017 ETF.com awards.

San Jose, CA, February 8, 2018 (Newswire.com)Inspire Investing, a leading biblically responsible investing (BRI) firm, has been named as a finalist in multiple categories for the 2017 ETF.com Awards.

Inspire is a finalist in both the “Best New ESG ETF – 2017” and “New ETF Issuer of the Year – 2017” categories. Winners of these award categories are judged based on criterion such as: contributing to positive investor outcomes, opening new areas of the market, lower costs, driving risk-adjusted performance, providing innovative exposures not previously available to most investors, product performance and fund management.

Other finalists joining Inspire in these categories include: Davis Advisors, iShares (BlackRock), VanEck, GraniteShares, QuantX (Blue Sky Asset Management), Sage Advisory Services and USAA.

“We are honored to be nominated as finalists in two categories for these prestigious awards. This recognition by our industry peers is such a validation for our team here at Inspire that our work is paying off, both in advancing the biblically responsible investing movement and also in providing outstanding investment options for people around the world,” says Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

“We are honored to be nominated as finalists in two categories for these prestigious awards. This recognition by our industry peers is such a validation for our team here at Inspire that our work is paying off, both in advancing the biblically responsible investing movement and also in providing outstanding investment options for people around the world,”

Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

About ETF.com Awards

The ETF.com Awards, presented by ETF.com and Inside ETFs, are the most widely recognized and respected awards for the exchange traded fund industry.

To be recognized as a finalist, investment firms must be selected by the ETF.com Awards Nominating Committee comprised of senior leaders at ETF.com, Inside ETFs and FactSet. There are only a maximum of six finalists nominated per category. The winners are being announced at an exclusive gala dinner on March 22 at Chelsea Piers, Pier 61 in New York.

The Awards Selection Committee who have chosen the winners for this year’s awards are:

  • Kim Arthur, Main Management
  • Eric Balchunas, Bloomberg Intelligence
  • Ben Blaisdell, US Trust
  • Rob Glownia, RiverFront
  • Tom Lydon, ETFtrends
  • Phil Mackintosh, Virtu
  • Tyler Mordy, Forstrong Global Asset Management
  • Jason Nicastro, LPL Financial
  • Todd Rosenbluth, CFRA
  • Jim Wiandt, Industry Expert

Inspire’s Rapid Growth And Innovative Approach

Inspire investing made headlines across the globe last year with the debut of their innovative approach to biblically responsible investing, giving faith based investors access to low cost, index based investments that are aligned with biblical values. Inspire’s assets under management rose by an impressive 154% in 2017, and is currently nearing the $150-million-dollar mark. Inspire uses their proprietary Inspire Impact Score Methodology to identify the most inspiring, biblically aligned companies in the world to include in their portfolios: companies that are doing things like creating clean water solutions, curing cancer, giving generously to their communities and blessing their workforce. Inspire portfolios also pointedly avoid investing in companies involved with immoral issues such as abortion, pornography, human trafficking, LGBT activism and other areas of concern for faith-based investors.

Inspiring Transformation Around The World

Inspire water well in Birendranagar, NepalNot only does Inspire Investing seek to invest in the most inspiring companies in the world, but they also aim to be one of the most inspiring  companies in the world. As such, Inspire donates 50% or more of their corporate profits to Christian ministry every year. Last year alone Inspire provided clean water to impoverished villagers in Nepal, provided relief for Syrian refugees and Hurricane Harvey victims, sent Bibles into North Korea and shared the hope of Christ with thousands of youth in America.

“Our goal is to donate $1 billion dollars to Christian ministry over the next ten years,” commented Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing, “That is why we do what we do here at Inspire Investing and we are so thankful for the outpouring of support from our brothers and sisters around the world as we inspire transformation for the glory of God together.”

Christian Leaders Descend Upon New York Stock Exchange With Inspire Investing as Biblically Responsible Investing Movement Gathers Steam

More than 100 influential Christian leaders in finance, politics, pro-life and non-profit join Inspire Investing to ring the NYSE closing bell as biblically responsible investing movement sweeps the nation.

​Inspire Investing, a leading biblically responsible investing (BRI) firm, is hosting one of the largest gatherings of Christian leaders ever held at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as they ring the closing bell today.

The NYSE bell ringing is one of the most-watched daily events in the world, with an estimated 100 million viewers each day. Inspire is leveraging that platform to bring the rapidly growing biblically responsible investing movement to the attention of investors everywhere.

“We have been riding a rocket ship of growth this past year at Inspire and the biblically responsible investing movement is at one of the most exciting points I have ever seen. At today’s bell ringing, we are sharing that excitement with the world and ushering in a new day for the BRI movement,” says Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing.

We have been riding a rocket ship of growth this past year at Inspire and the biblically responsible investing movement is at one of the most exciting points I have ever seen. At today’s bell ringing, we are sharing that excitement with the world and ushering in a new day for the BRI movement.

ROBERT NETZLY, CEO, INSPIRE INVESTING

Influential Guest List

Among the more than 100 influential Christian leaders joining Inspire at the New York Stock Exchange are pro-life ministry leaders, including Abby Johnson, the former-Planned-Parenthood-director-turned-pro-life who is the founder of And Then There Were None and author of the book “Unplanned.”

Also attending is Rob West, who is the president of Kingdom Advisors, the largest association of Christian financial professionals in the country, and host of “Moneywise,” the popular Christian finance radio show with more than one million daily listeners.

Additional guests include executives from Thrivent, one of the largest Christian financial institutions in the country; the presidents of numerous Christian foundations; several executives from multi-billion dollar investment management firms, and a contingent of bloggers, including “Money Saving Mom” Crystal Paine whose blog has more than one million followers on social media.

All told, the attendees at Inspire Investing’s NYSE bell-ringing event control more than $100 billion of assets.

Inspire’s Rapid Growth and Innovative Approach

Inspire investing made headlines across the globe last year with the debut of their innovative approach to biblically responsible investing, giving faith-based investors access to low-cost, index-based investments that are aligned with biblical values. Inspire’s assets under management rose by an impressive 154 percent in 2017 and are currently nearing the $150 million mark.

Inspire uses their proprietary Inspire Impact Score Methodology to identify the most inspiring, biblically aligned companies in the world to include in their portfolios: companies that are doing things like creating clean water solutions, curing cancer, giving generously to their communities and blessing their workforce. Inspire portfolios also pointedly avoid investing in companies involved with contentious issues such as abortion, pornography, human trafficking, LGBT activism and other areas of concern for faith-based investors.

Inspiring Transformation Around The World

Not only does Inspire Investing seek to invest in the most inspiring companies in the world, but they also aim to beone of the most inspiring companies in the world. As such, Inspire donates 50 percent or more of their corporate profits to Christian ministry every year. Last year alone Inspire provided clean water to impoverished villagers in Nepal, provided relief for Syrian refugees and Hurricane Harvey victims, sent Bibles into North Korea and shared the hope of Christ with thousands of youth in America.

“Our goal is to donate $1 billion dollars to Christian ministry over the next 10 years,” commented Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing. “That is why we do what we do here at Inspire Investing and we are so thankful for the outpouring of support from our brothers and sisters around the world as we inspire transformation for the glory of God together.”

Reflections On My First Wall Street Journal Article

It is a strange thing to see your picture in the Wall Street Journal for the first time. It makes you realize how normal the other people you see in the media are, because you know yourself and yourself is nothing special. Also strange is reading an article in the Wall Street Journal that “you wrote”, wondering what it is going to say because you did not actually write it, even though the WSJ makes it seem that you did. So, now that I have actually gotten to read “my” article and seen what I have to say, I have a few thoughts to share as well as some lessons learned. (PS – you can read the Wall Street Journal article here.)

1) I am humbled and thankful that The Wall Street Journal would choose to publish a story about me and my experience with biblically responsible investing.  I really am nothing special, but I serve a God who is awesome beyond compare. If there is anything good or praiseworthy in my life and work, it is only by the grace of God and to his glory. “For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen.” (Romans 11:36) If anyone tries to make a big deal out of me, they are sadly mistaken. Make a big deal about my God. He alone is worthy.

2) I wish The Wall Street Journal would have chosen a different title for the article. The one they chose, “Biblically Responsible Investing: A Lucrative Niche For Advisors”, strongly implies that the reason to pursue biblically responsible investing is because it is a “lucrative niche”. While it may be true that it can be lucrative, that most emphatically is NOT the reason any advisor or investor should practice biblically responsible investing. The only reason Christians should practice biblically responsible investing is because scripture clearly teaches to glorify God in everything that you do. “So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” (1 Corinthians 10:31) If we are commanded to eat and drink in a manner that brings glory to God, surely we must do all we can to invest His money according to His values for His glory — regardless of the “lucrativity” of the outcome. In fact, scripture goes so far as to say that even if it means making less money that we should pursue righteousness in our financial dealings anyway, “Better is a little with righteousness than great revenues with injustice.” (Proverbs 16:8) That is a hard pill to swallow in our flesh, but is a very revealing truth that exposes our hearts for what they are. Would you invest for God’s glory even if it meant you made less money on your investments?

3) It is happening. The biblically responsible investing revolution is really happening. The fact that The Wall Street Journal would write a major piece highlighting biblically responsible investing in a positive light is quite staggering. The time is coming when biblically responsible investing is correctly understood and practiced as a vital component of biblical stewardship throughout the church, just like giving, proper debt management, and other commonly taught biblical financial practices. More investors are investing according to biblical values today than ever before in the history of the world, and the numbers are growing. God is on the move. (As always.)

4) I don’t think I will be letting any reporters write stories for me without any editorial control again. Except for the aforementioned “lucrative” issue, the article came out pretty decent. But it could have been a total train wreck.

Above all else, what this particular experience has made clear to me is the great divide between the perspective of the world, which looks at the motivation behind serving God through the lens of being “lucrative” or other worldly measures of success, contrasted with the Christian’s great joy and preeminent desire to glorify God in all we do, regardless of the outcome. We serve God for He is worthy, not for what He is worth. Is that true for you?

Blessings,

-R


About the author:

Robert Netzly is the CEO of Inspire Investing, a social enterprise creating meaningful change in the lives of people all over the world by providing low cost, biblically responsible impact investments easily accessible on the NYSE. Follow Robert on Twitter and LinkedIn and get inspired!

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