Green Christian, of which Joy in Enough is a part, is supporting the Build Back Better campaign, which launches this week. We have put our name to it because we … Continue reading Build Back Better
Tony Emerson, Dulwich Hamlet FC fan, writes about how football can build community, pride and belonging in a fairer economy. The economist Daniel Bromley, in his publication Possessive Individualism: a … Continue reading No I in TEAM – football in the new economy
Growth is a positive word. We grow plants and trees and crops. Our children grow. Personal growth implies new learning and deeper understanding. It’s hardly surprising that economic growth sounds … Continue reading The idol of growthism
Season of Creation is an ecumenical initiative that brings together millions of Christians around the world to consider the environment during September. Each year there is a theme, with A … Continue reading Season of Creation highlights economic justice
Peter Grimwood reflects on the pandemic, repentence, consumerism and a grace filled society. 2020 has proved to be the year we were not expecting. It was not supposed to be … Continue reading 2020 – the year we were not expecting
John D Anderson from Baildon Methodist Church, Bradford, considers how we should use our money at a time of climate emergency. Christians care a great deal about what happens to … Continue reading How can we use our money well?
Riders on the Storm: The Climate Crisis and the Survival of Being is the new book from Alastair McIntosh, Quaker author and activist. The book provides an overview of the … Continue reading Consumerism and the cycles of grace
Jo Musker-Sherwood, founder and director of Hope for the Future, writes about race, climate, and learning from her colonial ancestors. First published on Climate Emergence. Following my Grandpa’s army career … Continue reading Race, empire and the climate emergency
At Joy in Enough, we have tended to take a dim view of consumerism – the pursuit of identity and satisfaction through material goods. It is a driver of environmental … Continue reading When consumerism is a force for good
Inequality is one of our headline concerns at Joy in Enough, and it has been highlighted again by the Covid-19 crisis. People who were already at a disadvantage, including people … Continue reading What can the church do about inequality?
“I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you, and with every living creature that was with you” says God to Noah in the story in … Continue reading A modern day covenant with future generations
John Daniels on coronavirus and a sense of common purpose: So tell me: am I the only one missing Thursday evenings? How we used to all turn out – released … Continue reading Why we’re (unconsciously) grateful for the virus
When the coronavirus pandemic called for a sweeping and dramatic response from people and government, it got it. Our lives were turned upside down. We did what was necessary – … Continue reading Have you got a story to tell?