Home >Articles

Category: Christian Investing

The Marks of a Christian Investor

We asked hundreds of SMI members what helps them keep a "steady-hand-on-the-wheel" perspective in their investing. Their responses will encourage you.  
Continue Reading

SMI on the Radio: In a Hot Market, Focus on Risk First and Returns Second (audio and transcript)

With the stock market rocketing higher and higher, it's tempting to throw investing caution to the wind. But as SMI executive editor Mark Biller explained on Moody Radio's MoneyWise Live, it is far better to have "the
Continue Reading

SMI on the Radio: Will You Make the “Right” Investing Decisions This Year? (audio and transcript)

Will you be a wise investor in 2021? Do you know the right moves to make? SMI executive editor Mark Biller talked about what the "right" moves are on MoneyWise Live from Moody Radio.
Continue Reading

Nevertheless, A Time for Thanksgiving

Tough times act as a mirror of sorts, showing us where our confidence lies. Where are you placing your hope for tomorrow, and for all the tomorrows yet to come?
Continue Reading

What if Money Isn’t for Our Happiness?

Realizing that the things of this world will never satisfy our deepest longings isn’t bad news. It’s helpful news.
Continue Reading

SMI on the Radio: A Disciplined Investor

Being humble, content, and patient aren't just good spiritual qualities. They are also crucial qualities of a disciplined investor. SMI executive editor Mark Biller talked about that with host Rob West yesterday on
Continue Reading

The 7 Qualities of a Disciplined Investor

Striking a wise balance between the risks and rewards of the marketplace requires both knowledge and self-discipline.
Continue Reading

Trusting God to Work Things Together for Good

We pray to a God who is too strong to ever lose control of any situation, too wise to make a mistake, and too loving to abandon us. Just the kind of God we need.
Continue Reading

Faith, Fear…and Caution

The Bible is clear that fear is not to be our response at times like these. But with fear clearly off the table as an acceptable response, how do we balance faith versus a healthy level of caution?
Continue Reading

Is Your Home an Investment?

Whether you think of your house as an “investment” or an “expense” isn’t just a matter of semantics. Your view of home ownership likely will affect other financial
Continue Reading