Christian Financial Perspectives started in 2018 with the goal of educating listeners on what “God’s Word Says about Money”. The Bible can provide a foundation for all of our money management principles and all of the basics for financial planning and how to create a financial wellness plan for you and your family. All we have to do is look for it, and it’s there! Scripture speaks on how to invest, how to handle money on a daily basis, paying taxes, and so much more. There really are very few people talking about this right now, and we are excited to be bringing this information to people all over the world through our Christian financial podcast.
Investment advisory services offered through Christian Investment Advisors Inc., a registered investment advisor. Securities may also be offered through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA / SIPC. Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity and is not affiliated with Christian Investment Advisors Inc.
About Bob Barber and Mary Jo Lyons
Bob Barber, a Certified Wealth Strategist®, is the founder and head financial advisor of CIS Wealth Management Group. He has a background in radio through his program “Christian Investors Daily”, which ran for 8 years in San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Corpus Christi. Through the program, Bob built a loyal audience. It has been over 10 years since the radio program aired, but Bob has been asked all the time if the radio program would be coming back. Recently, Bob decided that a podcast was the way to go because of its ability to reach so many more people and its ease of use. Thus, “Christian Financial Perspectives” began with co-host and fellow colleague Mary Jo Lyons, a Certified Financial Planner®. Mary Jo Lyons also has a background in radio, and has a heart for teaching. Her radio program aired in Charlotte, NC called “Financial Strategies for Life”.
Both Bob and Mary Jo put a lot of themselves and their passions into the podcast. Everyone has a past and a story to tell – especially when it comes to making financial decisions – and Bob and Mary Jo are excited to share these stories when it comes to making financial decisions that are more often than not also emotional decisions.
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