Should Environmental Concerns Be a Major Priority for a Christian Business Owner?
Jeremy Weber, Christianity Today
Experts weigh in from the Lausanne Movement’s Global Workplace Forum.
How One Entrepreneur Is Waging War on Poverty in Africa
Brittany Hunter, FEE
For Senegalese-born Magatte Wade, her passion for business is driven by her desire to demonstrate firsthand the role entrepreneurship plays in creating prosperity.
Each American Is $240,000 in Debt Because of Excessive Government Spending
Benjamin Paris and Rachel Greszler, The Daily Signal
Unfunded obligations are often considered problems for future citizens, but with Medicare and Social Security both running cash flow deficits and running out of money in 2026 and 2035, respectively, these future obligations have become a current burden.
Francis Schaeffer’s Call to End the Sacred-Secular Divide
Andrew Spencer, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Creation is meant to be true—that is, the work people do is meant to point back to God.