The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about high school students in Citronelle, Alabama using the Wi-Fi at McDonald’s restaurants because they did not have internet connectivity at home. It’s a real story of low income families creatively making ends meet for the sake of their children’s education.
By faith we understand that the entire universe was formed at God’s command, that what we now see did not come from anything that can be seen.
The market economy we live and participate in everyday here in the United States [...]MORE →
Last week we looked at the importance of cultivating character to impacting culture. A revival of character can lead to a renewal of culture. But how do we cultivate such character? There is a saying:
Sow a thought, reap an act. Sow an act, reap a habit. Sow a [...]MORE →
Economist and columnist Paul Krugman declared personal bankruptcy today following a failed attempt to spend [...]MORE →
Taylor University, my alma mater, is a small, Christian, liberal arts university in Upland, Indiana. I attended that fine institution from 2005-2009. Whenever someone spends more than a day on campus or around the student body, they always remark about the tight sense of community.
In August 2012, this community MORE →
Part 6 in a series on Eight Most Popular Myths about Wealth, Poverty, and Free Enterprise
Is free enterprise based on greed? Friends and foes of free enterprise often claim greed is its basis. Writer Ayn Rand even claimed that selfishness [...]MORE →
Part 8 in a series on Biblical Foundations of Economic Principles
Last week we began our discussion of transaction costs and why they are important for Christians to understand. Lowering costs associated with our activities when and where we can is an important part of whole-life [...]MORE →
Part 7 in a series on Biblical Foundations of Economic Principles
This series, which is part of our broader mission at IFWE, is to help Christians understand the power of economic thinking as part of whole-life stewardship. We believe that the tools of economics are [...]MORE →