Bivocational ministry might become more common in the future, but we can’t let that trend include exploitation and financial insecurity, says an author.
CRECHE, a Boston-area co-housing network, offers space for developing deep relationships while easing the burden of high housing costs.
As church size declines, more pastors pursue second (and even third) careers for economic or personal reasons. Researchers and practitioners share guidance on how to make it work, advising that letting go of the stigma can be a first step.
The author of a new book opens a discussion on stewardship, poverty and the holy uses of wealth.
Economists live in a world of scarcity. Christians believe in God’s abundance. In this conversation, an economist and a pastor talk about the ways in which that tension plays out in ministry and life.
Don’t let confusion about taxes stop you from doing something new, say two experts in faith-based social enterprise.
A Massachusetts congregation will be paying “royalties” to local arts nonprofits to acknowledge the musicians who were never compensated.
Cooperative businesses are worth exploring and supporting, both for their practical benefits and as a way to prioritize the needs of all, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Crucial steps toward saving our earth include analyzing our money and divestment, a religious scholar says.
Fresno Pacific University aims to reinvigorate a city through social entrepreneurship