Praxis becomes national sponsor of MoneyWise multimedia platform

Praxis update |

Chad Horning interview is featured

Beginning in May, Praxis Mutual Funds® became a national sponsor of MoneyWise radio and its related media platforms.

MoneyWise
MoneyWise, which offers Biblical wisdom for today’s financial decisions on a daily basis, connecting with individuals and families through 1,500 radio stations, weekly podcasts, a website and an integrated money management app. Rob West, host of MoneyWise and President of Kingdom Advisors, interviews guests and takes live calls on the daily half-hour radio show.

MoneyWise recently featured an interview with Chad Horning, CFA®, President of Praxis, focused on “Investing for Kingdom Impact.”

Chad Horning
During the show, Chad introduced Praxis to the MoneyWise audience and explored the many different ways Praxis delivers both financial performance and real-world impact to its investors.

You can check your local Christian radio stations for broadcast times or visit moneywise.org to listen to the program online. Praxis is proud to support this rapidly growing media network.

You can listen to Chad’s interview on the MoneyWise website. 


Mark Regier

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Mark Regier
Vice President of Stewardship Investing

How we invest

We believe you can make a positive difference when your investment decisions are motivated by your faith and values. We call this stewardship investing, our unique approach to socially responsible investing, that seeks to hold companies accountable and invest in a better world.

 

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Disclosure

Opinions expressed are subject to change at any time, are not guaranteed and should not be considered investment advice.The S&P 500 or Standard & Poor's 500 Index is a market-capitalization-weighted index of the 500 largest U.S. publicly traded companies.

As of March 31, 2021, the Praxis Value Index Fund has invested 0.12% of its assets in Kroger, 1.66% of its assets in Verizon, and 1.12% of its assets in Walmart; and the Praxis Impact Bond Fund has invested 0.16% of its assets in Kroger, and 0.33% of its assets in Verizon.

Fund holdings are subject to change and should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any security. To obtain holdings as of the most previous quarter, visit praxismutualfunds.com.