Throwback Thursday: This Day in History

Throwback Thursday: This Day in History

On Thursday, October 3, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt formed the Office of Economic Stabilization, designed to keep the country strong by controlling inflation during World War II.

Sixty-six years later on October 3, 2008, President George W. Bush signed the $700 billion bailout bill for a floundering U.S. financial system.

Amidst government shutdowns and economic ebbs and flows, one thing remains steady: AGFinancial’ investment in God’s kingdom.

As a fellow Kingdom investor, your resources—time, talents, and monetary assets—are being directed toward an eternal purpose that will far outlast this earthly existence. Keeping the Kingdom first, together we will continue impacting lives for Christ.