Church youth can engage across race, class, and economics to design the future. This post explains the nuts and bolts of how that can work.
Dispatches from God’s Economy
The Community Equity Fund (CEF) solves a problem that Black families live with (and most white people don’t realize exists), but is a crucial element in why the racial wealth gap exists. That wealth gap… Read More »Youth Engage in Justice Across Race, Class and Neighborhood
Bryan Franklin moved back to the U.S., still working for the evangelical basketball for peace nonprofit, and through a grant from a big shoe company, started opening up new urban areas for them. Then Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson.
The realization that capitalism is working for the one percent and working against the rest of us has only grown during the pandemic. So what will it take for capitalism to end?
If you want to see the best-case future for a Christian denomination in North America, you have to look north of the border.
The way housing property is valued carries forward the racist history of redlining in the 1970’s.
Jim is moving $250,000 that his business keeps on hand in cash to Hope Credit Union, a black owned financial institution. Selling him on #BankingBlack was easy; it cost nothing, carries no risk yet makes a big… Read More »Church credit union network targeting payday loans makes progress
When Pastor Gregory Edwards, couldn’t get an answer on why his thriving predominantly African American church couldn’t get answer from his local white led bank on why Resurrected Life would not get a covid relief… Read More »Credit union network linking black and white churches moves into pilot
After interviewing Walter Brueggemann we at Faith+Finance have an emerging theory of change, of what a Post Covid-19 version of God’s economy could look like. To start with, it is based on interdependence for our… Read More »A post Covid-19 Christian economy emerging
“I think about my bank statement as my report card. When you talk to St. Peter you can’t hide from your bank statement.”