6 Ways Your Church Should Invest in People

The stock market continues its erratic course, causing investors who are concerned about their portfolios and those with retirement accounts to get a bit nervous. What will be the return on investment (ROI) in the long term? Two recent blogs addressed a different kind...

Beer, Wine not on Church’s List of Immoral Investments

BERLIN (RNS) New guidelines issued by Germany’s largest Protestant body advised parishioners to not invest in companies that make hard liquor, while beer and wine producers are fine. The guidelines, issued by the Evangelical (Lutheran) Church in Germany, are meant to...

Presbyterians Target Caterpillar for Divestment

(RNS) A Presbyterian Church (USA) committee will recommend that the church add heavy equipment giant Caterpillar to its divestment list because the company profits from the “non-peaceful” use of its products by Israel against Palestinians. According to the PCUSA,...

Investor Sues over Poor Returns for Bible.com

(RNS) A disgruntled investor has sued Bible.com, saying the website’s name alone should make it a “goldmine”—or at least more profitable than it is. James Solakian filed suit against Bible.com Inc in Delaware Chancery Court, according to the Reuters news agency. He...