Blog author: jcarter
by on Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Judge Rules City Must Let Religious Charities Feed the Hungry
David Ward, Juicy Ecumenism

On Thursday, after a protracted legal battle, a U.S. District Judge ruled that the regulation impinged on the religious rights of two local organizations, Big Heart Ministries and Rip Parker Memorial Homeless Ministries, which had brought a lawsuit against the city.

Poverty is Broken Relationships
Jacqueline Otto, Values & Capitalism

We are all poor. As Brian Fikkert of the Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College explains in this video, the fall of man severed four key relationships—our relationships with God, with self, with others and with creation.

How to Find Your Vocation in College
Gene Edward Veith, Intercollegiate Review

The idea is that what you do for a living can be a calling. From God. That He has made you in a certain way and given you certain talents, opportunities, and inclinations.

Four Essential Elements of Economic Progress
Anne Bradley, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics

What are some of the essential elements of economic progress? There are four key elements I’d like to explore today. Before jumping in, let’s get a biblical take on the background for economic progress.


  • RogerMcKinney

    I pray regularly for Christians in the Middle East. God used persecution to get Christians out of Israel before he judged it through the Romans. Maybe that is what God is doing in Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia.