There have been countless books written about Christian stewardship of financial resources. Though most offer valuable insights, they often struggle at finding the right words to make lasting change in their readers' financial lives. Enter a new book, so transparent and direct that you'll feel like you're invading the authors' privacy. In God and Money: How [...]
After nearly 20 months of campaigning, tomorrow is election day. For most of us, the end of the 2016 election cycle has been long-awaited. To be honest, it is almost an afterthought for me, as I have been largely disengaged from the election for some time.
The Values & Capitalism Fall 2016 Weekend Honors Program, hosted at Harvard University in Boston, MA, was an intensive seminar on business and entrepreneurship for Christian undergraduate students from secular colleges and universities.
The Values & Capitalism Young Scholar Award program seeks to foster high-quality academic research and writing by awarding $5,000 scholarships in public policy or economics to up to six rising juniors or seniors at Christian colleges or universities.
Dr. Stephen L. S. Smith, professor of economics at Hope College, has been named the Values & Capitalism Visiting Professor for the 2016–2017 academic year. In this position, Dr. Smith will collaborate with V&C on campus events, project publications, and a number of other initiatives.
Values & Capitalism is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2016-2017 Young Scholar Awards. We received a host of impressive research proposals from talented students across the country. From among those applications the following students were selected to receive a $5,000 scholarship. During the 2016-2017 school year, each Young Scholar will conduct or[...]
Over the course of June 2016, Values & Capitalism welcomed 75 Christian college students from 46 different schools to participate in the V&C Summer Honors Program—an intensive, one-week seminar, designed to educate students on various issues of public policy and economics.
During the weekend of June 10-12, over 170 students and professors from 53 colleges and universities gathered in Washington D.C. to engage in a series of conversations about pertinent issues facing our nation today—particularly focusing on how to approach these issues from a Christian worldview.