We believe that before money, goals, and financial planning, there must be faith. Through morally directed investing, we strive to create a portfolio that reflects your beliefs.Learn More
Our mission is to help you fulfill God’s purpose in your life. We provide financial and investment recommendations that allow you to incorporate your Christian values.Learn More
Throughout the year, we host Faith & Fellowship events. At these no strings attached events that celebrate our clients’ loyalty, we enjoy a good meal and celebrate our blessings in life.Learn More
Investments and Financial Strategies That Reflect Your Christian Values
As a Christian, it’s important that your values and beliefs are represented in all areas of your life, including your finances. The question is, how do you decide which investments and plans align with your morals?
At Faith Investment Services, LLC, our mission is to provide education, guidance, and customized strategies that can help you fulfill God’s purpose in your life. Offering comprehensive services, we help families, businesses, churches, and ministries better utilize the financial resources God has given them. With faith-based financial strategies and morally directed investing, we believe you can feel more confident in your future, whether you are planning to send a child to college or are retiring.
We want to help you on your financial journey. Based in Shelby Township, Michigan, we work with clients throughout Michigan as well as multiple other states. Contact us today to start creating your morally directed investment strategy.
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