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Ron Blue draws from 40 years of experience to answer questions from financial professionals on topics including biblical client counsel, building a business, and more. Originally, these individual questions were a part of an hour-long "Coaching Call," which provided an opportunity for Kingdom Advisors members to interact with Ron about the application of Kingdom Advisors core teaching to their life, practice, and advice.
Ron Blue is widely considered to be the father of Christian financial planning. He is the founder or co-founder of Ronald Blue Trust, National Christian Foundation, Kingdom Advisors, and The Ron Blue Institute for Financial Planning. He is also the author of more than 20 books and has served on the boards of numerous organizations. Ron and his wife, Judy, have been married for 53 years, have five children and 13 grandchildren, and live in Atlanta.
|How do I advise clients re: helping grown children financially?|
|How do I counsel a couple that is feeling regret over their children’s lack of relationship with the Lord and secondly, they want their children to continue the funding of Christian causes beyond their lifetime?|
|How can I get both the husband and wife involved in the financial planning process?|
|How does a client get her mother to stop enabling the bad behavior of their teenage son and grandson?|
|I have an 18-year-old son who smashed our car. How do we use this as a potential learning tool and should there be financial remuneration?|
|Does the husband have the complete responsibility in that type of situation to meet the wife’s financial needs?|
|What are greatest financial challenges facing young families?|
|How far do I go to protect a client from potential harm from an individual she is planning to marry when I know information about him that may have a negative impact on her, her family and her financial wellbeing?|
|Does the husband have the complete responsibility in that type of situation to meet the wife’s financial needs? Part 1|
|Do couples need a prenuptial agreement? Part 2|
|Does the husband have the complete responsibility in that type of situation to meet the wife’s financial needs? Part 3|
|Are prenuptial agreements appropriate? Part 4|
|What is your position on prenuptial agreements for a couple marrying later in life where there is significant wealth? Is there a Biblical principle that needs to be considered?|
|What do you think about a prenuptial agreement to protect the business when there are a number of siblings involved?|
|Any advice on how to deal with partners in a family business, such as a family farm, who are not Christians?|
|How do I advise clients about their finanicial obligation to their parents?|