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On today’s show, join Jonathan Krueger and Mark Ralfs as they discuss the topic of biblical finances.
During this episode you’ll hear:
- The view of today’s society about finances
- What the Bible says about money
- The truth about poverty mindset
- What stewardship means
- Understanding being good stewards of what you have and the responsibility of good stewardship
- What is the difference between tithe and offerings?
- What covenant practice means
- Poverty or scarcity mindset
- Social imprint on our lives and how to reset it
Opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect those of LionsGate Advisors. The topics discussed, and opinions given are not intended to address the specific needs of any listener. LionsGate Advisors does not offer legal or tax advice, listeners are encouraged to discuss their financial needs with the appropriate professional regarding your individual circumstance.
Jonathan Krueger started LionsGate Advisors with a vision of creating a truly exceptional experience for his clients. Since 2000, Jonathan has invested in the personal finance industry and has held several executive management positions throughout his career. As a fiduciary, Jonathan maintains his Series 65 Uniform Investment Advisor registration and uses his intricate knowledge of insurance and investment solutions to provide LionsGate Advisors' clients with advanced wealth preservation and legacy continuance strategies. He also maintains his Life & Health licenses in various states.
Jonathan takes pride in guiding his clients to make informed decisions, avoid costly mistakes, lower their taxes, increase estate size and find money falling through the cracks. Jonathan attributes his success to the high priority he places on being a good steward of the assets entrusted to his care.
In addition to private wealth management, Jonathan holds his Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designation to evaluate value acceleration and succession planning for business owners and C-level executive teams. As a business owner, Jonathan understands the importance of combining the concept, effort, and process of succession planning for business owners into a clear, simple strategy. He collaborates to build a business that is highly valuable and transferable through strong human, structural, customer, and social capital.
Raised in Texas and a long-time resident of Colorado, Jonathan and his wife Andrea moved to St. Louis in 2014. Outside of the office, Jonathan can be found spending time with family or enjoying the great outdoors playing a round of golf.