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Address:

65 Erik Street
Merrimack, NH 03054

Phone:

(603) 494-9440

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(866) 766-5676

Jeff Boutin & Kingdom Advisors

 

Kingdom Advisors

 

 

 

 

What is Kingdom Advisors?

Kingdom Advisors, founded by Ron Blue and Larry Burkett, exists to encourage, educate, and empower Christian financial professionals with biblical wisdom to be effective disciples of Jesus Christ in the marketplace.  There is a reason why COMPASS "Money God's Way", Crown financial and David Ramsey suggest speaking with Kingdom Advisor trained attorneys, financial advisors, accountants and insurance professionals.


What is Jeff Boutin's involvement with Kingdom Advisors?

Jeff Boutin is a participating member of Kingdom Advisors. Jeff is committed to adhering to the standards outlined by the Kingdom Advisor organization.  Continuing education requirements are mandatory to maintain this professional relationship.  Kingdom Advisors awards the Cerified Kingdom Advisor designation to those that complete the initial and ongoing educational requirements.  (FINRA)


What is a Kingdom Advisor?

• Believers in Jesus Christ

by pledging agreement with the Kingdom Advisors statement of faith and providing a personal testimony of accepting Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

• Able to Apply Biblical Wisdom in Counsel

by participating in the Kingdom Advisors Core Training, as well as ongoing training offerings, and committing to incorporate biblical principles in their financial advice.

• Technically Competent

by providing evidence of an approved professional designation (varying by discipline) or having at least 10 years full-time experience in their discipline.

• Ethical and of Integrity

by agreeing to espouse and practice the Kingdom Advisors Code of Ethics and maintain active local church involvement, as well as providing pastoral and client letters of reference.

• Biblical Stewards

by pledging that they practice biblical stewardship in their personal and professional life and give regularly in proportion to their income.


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Why choose a Kingdom Advisor?

Every individual seeking a financial advisor in any discipline looks for someone who is competent, performs their work with excellence, evidences humility and integrity, and seeks to advance the client’s interests first and foremost. Many advisors, whether a Kingdom Advisor or not, can meet these requirements. So, what is the difference?

God’s Word says, “The mind of man plans his way but the Lord directs his steps” (Proverbs 16:9). Additionally, it says that “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” (Psalm 111:10).

First, you should desire your advisor to give advice that is consistent with and informed by God’s Word. God’s Word is a light that should guide every area of our lives, which includes the financial area.

Second, you should desire your advisor to have a worldview or a perspective that is eternal in nature and, consequently, help you actually be a steward of God’s resources that He has placed in your hands to manage. If your advisor is not capable of asking the right questions, you can never get the right answers.

Third, you should desire your advisor to be a believer in Jesus Christ and, therefore, to be undergoing constant transformation by the Holy Spirit in becoming more Christ-like in character. As such, you should desire to be able to hold your advisor to a higher standard of character and integrity.

So, why choose a Kingdom Advisor? Because a Kingdom Advisor has been trained and has committed to be a person of character who, from a biblical worldview, serves you with financial advice on how to best meet the goals God has given you in being a steward of the finances that He has entrusted to you.

Yours in Christ,

Ron Blue ~
Founding Director Kingdom Advisors

 

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