Aiming at abundant lives — and livelihoods
John Scott, Washington Times
As the second-generation owner of a commercial construction company near Washington, D.C., I have explored the driving force behind my work. I prayed for a vision and landed on this: Use your influence to create environments where people can experience abundant life.
Unlearned Lessons in Haiti
T. Norman Van Cott, FEE
No one asked why Haiti’s land was left bare, or why their houses were destroyed easily.
The Emotional Labor of Waitressing
Adrieene Green, The Atlantic
Marie Billiel, who has worked in the restaurant industry for 10 years, talks about having to have a ”mask on” for eight hours at a time.
Bitcoin was supposed to change the world. What happened?
Timothy B. Lee, Vox
What went wrong? The Bitcoin community has been hampered by a dysfunctional culture that has grown increasingly hostile toward experimentation. That has made it difficult for the Bitcoin network to keep up with changing market demands.