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Are you curious about Biblically Responsible Investing, but haven’t had the time to investigate the details? On this call we will discuss why so many Christian advisors are excited about the Biblically Responsible Investing movement! Dwight Short, author of Kingdom Gains and Profits or Principles and Loran Graham, author of Investing With Integrity have created books for both clients and advisors to learn about Biblically Responsible Investing. Join us to learn about why we screen portfolios, along with a number of resources to help you get started in understanding and implementing moral screening into your investing philosophy.
Loran Graham is a financial advisor specializing in faith-based investing and leads Loran Graham Company as CEO. He is also the author of Investing with Integrity: How Investment Choices Can Be an Act of Worship. Loran has earned the Certified Kingdom Advisor® designation and lives in Spokane, Washington with his wife and two children.
Dwight Short completed more than 34 years as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch, taking full retirement on August 3, 2005, and having achieved the title of First Vice President, Investments and the CIMA® designation. However, Dwight feels that more important than any bio highlights is the simple truth of his acceptance of Jesus Christ as his personal Savior when he was a teenager. He adopted Matthew 6:33 as his theme for life: "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you." This is still the best indication of who Dwight seeks to be, and what he hopes to achieve in his life. By offering himself as a consultant, speaker, and author on biblical issues relating to investors and advisors, he continues to work toward that goal. Dwight and his wife, Marlene, have two children and four grandchildren.