Applying principles at workWhere economic theory and faith meetFar out of our comfort zoneError at the hospital

Applying principles at work

A young bank executive promotes activities with colleagues to create a sense of family

Where economic theory and faith meet

A new paradigm in philanthropy: People don’t want just to give; they want to invest in a better world

Far out of our comfort zone

How a collective effort impacted a city’s crime rate.

Error at the hospital

A young mom diagnosed with cancer deals with news of a mistake made during her surgery

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Prophetic economy
Signs of hope in the making

There are many ideas tossed about that strive to resolve the inequities inherent in the current economic systems around the world. But have we yet identified an approach that can ensure the inclusion of every person in a society? We still have lots of people seeking jobs that would allow them to raise a family. We have prisons filled with people who have sought to improve their lives through criminal activity that was more readily available to them. We have observed the level of corruption in the business world and the exploitation of workers and communities that have undermined efforts to build an environment where its members can thrive. Yet is there something everyone can do, not just those in office or in power in a multinational company?

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A young mom diagnosed with cancer deals with news of a mistake made during her surgery

People don’t want just to give; they want to invest in a better world

A young bank executive promotes activities with colleagues to create a sense of family

How collective impact changed a city’s crime rate