The Endless Cycle of Want

by Jeff Shinabarger

Culture tells us we always need to have more. What would happen if we shed the excess of material goods in our lives? Jeff Shinabarger challenges Christians to redefine the idea of "enough." He emphasizes the importance of drawing a...

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On Black Friday, Don’t Forget Thanksgiving

by Christianne Squires

Yesterday was a day for quiet reflection and family. Today is a day for hustle, for shopping and spending and ā€œsaving.ā€ What does it say about our culture (and our hearts) that our biggest shopping day of the year comes...

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Consuming Responsibly

by Otis James, Emil Congdon, Jeremy Blume

What's the relationship between quality craftsmanship and thoughtless consumerism? In this clip from their panel discussion with Jeremy Blume of Bearings at Q Nashville in April 2014, craftsmen Emil Congdon and Otis James discuss the positive trends in consumption they have...

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Known By Our Gratitude

by Ann Voskamp

One of the most powerful virtues in our society, is also one of our least known virtues: gratitude. Gratitude is the key to not only experiencing what communities want, an authentic, thriving joy ā€” but is what Chesterton called the highest...

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