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Financial Planning for

Giving Christians

Helping God's children with biblically responsible financial plans that align with the Word of God

Welcome To A.B. Ridgeway Wealth Management

"Where Christians Come For Investment Advice"

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At A.B. Ridgeway Wealth Management, we provide investors, investment advice from a biblical perspective so they can make faith based financial life decisions with conviction and confidence. We don’t teach our clients what to think about their finances, we guide them from a biblical perspective on how to think about their finances. 


Are you a faithful giver? Watch this video on how we help Christians like you, do God's work.

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It is time to start managing your money with a purpose. Taking the time to pray, organize, and execute your financial plan according to the Word of God.

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God has trusted us to be good stewards over the gifts he has given us. Don't leave it to chance. Our services help you create a plan that aligns with your values, beliefs, and God's plan for your life.


Trusting God With Your Finances:
Investing with a Purpose

"Investment Advice, Biblical Perspective"

Christian finance investors feel powerless to change their investments when they don’t align with the word of God. I mean, as a believer, who do they trust when it is time to make life decisions about the money they have sacrificed over 20 years or more to accumulate? We say, God and his servants, are those they should trust. Those who share their same values about their faith, life, and money. Book a call below to fellowship with a Christian Advisor and start investing according to the Word of God.


When we invest, we understand that God is in control. He has blessed us with assets to help spread his vision for humanity. We are mere stewards charged with making the right decisions that is according to God's Will

recognizing god's soverignty

God is all powerful. He can do all things if we believe in Him. He has the power to give and he has the power to taketh away. But it is through this recognition that believers invest knowing that God is in control.

to advance his kingdom

When a Christian investor wins, Christians everywhere win. It is through your contributions that the kingdom of God expands. When you are faithful to his Word and his principles, it shows the world the glory of God.

Respect his guiding principles

After salvation, money is one of the most discussed topics in the Bible. God has outlined how we should view and manage our wealth. It is in obedience to him that we listen and put those principles into action when designing our financial plans.

Seeking his wisdom

Before making any decision you should always seek God's Wisdom. Reading our Bibles and getting clarity around financial decisions should be at the core of our investment philosophy. We encourage all investors to pray about their financial future and allow God to show them the way.

choosing his love over profit

We should put our trust into the Lord. The love of God should supersede all ambitions in our life. The goal of a Christian investor is to do the will of God which is something we do, and not just something that we say. They are not concerned with the returns of their neighbor, but focused on maximizing the assets that God has made them a steward over.

becoming a good steward

Being a good steward starts with seeking counsel. You don't have to do this on your own. Christian investing is a group effort. It takes the whole Christian community to build a strong legacy. Hiring advisors that share your faith is priority number one. God wants you to be good stewards over the blessings that he has bestowed on you. Make sure that you are not taking that task lightly.

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