John Payne reflects on a recent pilgrimage, and lessons learned about walking, history and consumerism. Four weeks ago I finished walking the so-called Pilgrims’ Way, the (alleged) route taken by pilgrims from Winchester to … Continue reading Walking the Pilgrim’s Way – not consuming pilgrimages!
One of the recurring ideas that crops up in alternative economics circles is the Basic Universal Income, or citizen’s income. In a nutshell, it’s a universal and unconditional payment made … Continue reading What is a Universal Basic Income?
The British government has announced its ‘10 point plan’ for addressing the climate crisis. It includes some positive steps such as phasing out the sale of new petrol and diesel … Continue reading Will you support the CEE Bill?
Tim Gorringe, Professor of Theology at the University of Exeter and a contributor to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Housing Commission, explains how Christians can respond to the housing crisis, and … Continue reading A Christian vision for sustainable housing
Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams, authors of The Economics of Arrival, discuss the risks and opportunities of a post-viral future. First published in Green Christian magazine, summer 2020. How will … Continue reading Come back brighter
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
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
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