CSU’s Duncan receives ‘Qualified Kingdom Advisor’ designation

John Duncan, dean of the school of business at Charleston Southern University, has received the Qualified Kingdom Advisor designation from Atlanta-based Kingdom Advisors Inc.

Charleston Southern University’s school of business is committed to preparing students to be responsible and successful business leaders who reflect the university’s dedication to academic excellence and Christian principles. The mission of the school of business is to honor God by preparing individuals for success in life through programs that integrate best business practices and timeless biblical principles.

The CSU Center for Christian Leadership provides resources for professionals in the business community, healthcare, clergy, legal, media and more to equip students, faculty, staff and workplace leaders with the knowledge needed for integrating Christian faith in diverse settings.

“Kingdom Advisors is a community of Christian financial professionals integrating faith and practice for kingdom impact,” said Duncan. “The foundation of Kingdom Advisors’ core training that leads to the Qualified Kingdom Advisor designation is biblical wisdom. I look forward to sharing this wisdom with not only CSU’s undergraduate and graduate business students but also our friends who attend events sponsored by our school of business and our Center for Christian Leadership.”

The Qualified Kingdom Advisor is granted to financial professionals who have met high standards in training, integrity, character and competence as an advisor, leader and counselor.

Ron Blue, president of Kingdom Advisors, describes the individuals who attain the designation as, “trained and committed to be people of character who, from a biblical worldview, serve clients with biblical financial advice on how to best meet the goals God has given them as stewards of the finances entrusted to them.”