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
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?
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 investigates changing cultural perceptions of risk. ‘Risk is somehow bound up with humanising possibilities…’ Matthew B. Crawford Years ago I worked as a chaplain at a college in … Continue reading Stay safe? – the politics of safety and risk
The coronavirus has thrown much of society and the economy into chaos. We don’t know what life will look like on the other side, how much will return to ‘normal’ … Continue reading Let’s do better than a return to normal
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 asks five questions for moving into a more sustainable post-Covid world: Pope Francis was interviewed for The Tablet (08/04/20) about the pandemic before Easter. He commented: “Every crisis … Continue reading An exit strategy from the Covid-19 and the climate crises
350.org have written an open letter calling for a global coronavirus response that leads us towards a fairer and more sustainable society. It’s a useful summary of the key principles … Continue reading Five principles for a just recovery
John Daniels writes about the flows of energy through our bodies and through the economy: They’re all around us. Within us. We often don’t notice them, but without them we’d … Continue reading The importance of flows
John Payne considers how the Coronavirus crisis compels us to rethink our relationship with time. One of the things that’s happening to some of us as we move into social … Continue reading A mist that appears for a little while…
John Daniels reflects on the Coronavirus crisis and the connections between the environment and the economy.
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