This week, we sit down with Chris Davis to talk about how churches can use technology to better support their ministry.
Prices may seem like a convenience of the modern market system—but they also have a moral dimension that people of faith should seek to understand. In this post, Kevin Brown explores the idea of supply and demand and price ceilings in the marketplace.
Transitioning jobs can be difficult especially when transitioning from the business world to the non-profit! On today's podcast, we sit down with Fred Halfpap from First UMC in Murfreesboro, TN to talk about how to make that transition as smooth as possible and find meaning and purpose in your new role.
How generous were the people of the United States this year? Thad Austin shares the highlights of what you need to know about Giving USA 2016.
The church has been called to be a multiethnic body. On today's podcast, we sit down with Brandon Spencer to talk about what churches and church leaders can do to support diversity in their church.
This week, we continue our conversation with Joel and Sheila about being church leaders serving a majority Muslim area.
We've all heard bad things about woodcutters who won't stop to sharpen their axes, but does adequate rest really make that much of a difference? Nick Cash shares why you want to make sure that you are setting a healthy pace for yourself.
For a market to be a true market, there must be a notion of voluntary exchange. While free, creative, and voluntary actions are not the only requirements for markets to be effective, they are at the epicenter of the market mechanism. Yet the same liberty that allows me to freely enter into economic arrangements also allows me to act in non-market ways. This includes the practice of unconditional giving.
Business is indeed a vehicle to make money (since most of us cannot describe the access to money like Forrest Gump: “One less thing”). However, businesses—and the larger marketplace that they operate within—are avenues of service to others.
This week, we sit down with Scott Harrison, CEO of Charity Water, about the role trust plays in charity work.