Justin Thacker, National Coordinator of Church Action for Tax Justice, discusses Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast. Church Action for Tax Justice is a relatively new campaigning organisation that is … Continue reading A place of flourishing for all
John Daniels reflects on the Coronavirus crisis and the connections between the environment and the economy.
Mark Dick, a GP from Ballymena, introduces his book Towards Oikos. Two of the biggest existential threats to humanity are potential conflict arising from poverty/inequality and global ecological damage. (Nuclear … Continue reading Towards Oikos – an introduction to a more human economy
John Good moved to Poole with his family to plant a church on a brand new housing estate. His new venture is called the WaterSports Library, and he explains how … Continue reading The WaterSports Library – the sharing economy as mission
Rosie Venner, National Programme Manager at ECCR, writes about Money Makes Change – a new project and series of resources designed to help Christians explore and make ethical choices around … Continue reading Can I care for creation through my choice of bank account?
Rev Hilary Bond reflects on conkers, and how the environmental crisis puts such ordinary things at risk. For me, part of it at least was the conkers. I’ve always loved … Continue reading What is a conker worth?
Peter Grimwood explores alternative meanings of Jesus’ parable ‘the labourers in the vineyard’. In Matthew chapter 20, Jesus tells an enigmatic story. “The kingdom of heaven is like a landowner … Continue reading Unto this Last – workers in an economy of grace
If you’re a regular reader at Joy in Enough, you’ll have noticed some changes! When we launched the website a couple of years ago, it was imagined as a website … Continue reading Re-launching the Joy in Enough website
Green shoots is our regular series on businesses and projects that point us towards a fairer and more sustainable future. You can see more examples here. One of the drivers … Continue reading Green shoots – Churches Mutual
“Your life is not made up of the things you own,” Jesus tells us, as reported in Luke 12:15. Jesus knew that the abundance of our possessions is no way … Continue reading Why our possessions possess us
Shane Claiborne – author, activist and founder of Red Letter Christians – describes how conversion should change our economics, and lead us to a redistribution based on love. One of … Continue reading Why our faith should affect our economics
The idea of Universal Basic Services (UBS) was only coined in 2017, but has been taken up unusually quickly. It’s given a name to something people were already aspiring to. … Continue reading Book review: The case for Universal Basic Services