Economic Flourishing Is More Than a Mission Trend
By Charlie Self
Scotty is my mechanic.
He operates an independent shop in Silicon Valley and is in his 40th year in business. He is cheerful, hard working, and operates with great integrity and compassion. He repairs what’s needed, helps customers plan ahead, and gets them on the road efficiently and safely.
The Monk as Merchant: Economic Wisdom from a Desert Hermit
By Dylan Pahman
Before Max Weber ever conducted his study of the “Protestant ethic” of hard work and commerce as a matter of one’s election before God, there was the ascetic ethic of the ancient Church.
Servant Leadership and Creative Service in a Louisiana Kitchen
Good leadership involves a lot more than ordering underlings around. One prominent businesswoman, Cheryl A. Bachelder, realizes this, and has built her career on being a different sort of leader, yielding a long list of accomplishments.
How Much Economic Value Does Religion Provide America?
By Joe Carter
How much value does religion add to the U.S. economy?
According to a new study the effect of religion exceeds the revenue of the ten largest tech companies—including Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook combined.