While not literal manna from heaven this is how has God chosen to meet our material needs. Individuals stewarding their talents and abilities allows for exchange which is the foundation of any properly functioning economy.
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 word catechism has fallen out of usage in American vernacular, but it remains an important concept. It refers to “a series of questions, answers, or precepts used for instruction in pedagogical situations.” To understand our current situation as a nation, we should return to an understanding of this term.
Whether it was while living in captivity in Egypt, in exile in Babylon, under Roman rule during the First Century, or in secular, modern France, throughout the ages Christians have continually explored what it means to be faithfully present, engaged, and transformative within a culture that may not align with their vision of the good, true, and beautiful.
In the month of September, the Internet was flooded with photos of a young Syrian boy lying dead on the beaches of Turkey. Then there was the train with thousands of refugees who had voluntarily locked themselves inside near the Austro-Hungarian border.