Church Action for Tax Justice is a campaign for a fairer and greener tax system, which would serve the greener and fairer economy that we advocate at Joy in Enough. … Continue reading Why should Christians care about tax justice?
Jeremy is an author and activist based in Luton. He is the author of Climate Change is Racist, co-author of The Economics of Arrival, and runs The Earthbound Report, recognised as the best green blog in the UK by Vuelio and the UK Blog Awards.
Jennie Pollock is the author of If Only: Finding Joyful Contentment in the Face of Lack and Longing. She works part time in the Public Policy team at the Christian … Continue reading Finding contentment in my life choices
Catherine Masterman considers what a marble run can tell us about the economy. Everyone loves a marble run – it must be one of the most enduring toys. Its addictive … Continue reading Spending your marbles
Plenty! is a small group discussion resource for churches on the economic drivers of the current ecological crises. It may be new to you, or those familiar with Joy in … Continue reading Plenty! resource available from 24th June
One of the many things that the Coronavirus pandemic has taught us is the true value of work. Many jobs that had previously been considered menial were suddenly categorised as … Continue reading The importance of meaningful work
Catherine Masterman asks how many toys children really need – and which are the ones you’d take to a desert island? Not long ago, (within my parents lifetime), we lived … Continue reading Desert island toys
John D Anderson on injustice, poverty, and the opportunity for the church to lead on a more equal society. “Inequality is the root of social evil” said Pope Francis, because … Continue reading The outrage of inequality and the joy of enough
Russell Rollason, from the Australian Council of Churches, writes about how insights from Aboriginal theology can help us to reconnect to the land in a consumer culture. Have you often … Continue reading Indigenous theology for a new earth