Archive for month: July, 2016
In the 21st century, religious congregations and committees must face the necessary integration of creation care with their commitment to stewardship. This isn’t a question of if, it’s a question of how. Simply having awareness of environmental and social issues is no longer an option for stewardship.… Read the rest
When it comes to responsible investing, Asheville-based Krull & Company is calling for faith-based organizations to take the concept of stewardship to a new level. The sustainable investment firm recently launched ReVest, a service designed to help congregations and individuals reallocate financial assets from fossil fuel investments to environmental and socially responsible funds.… Read the rest
It looked like the sky was falling. On Friday the 24th, European markets dropped nearly 11 percent*. That same day, the S&P 500 dropped about 3.6 percent*. And the following Monday the 27th, it was more of the same.
But here we sit a week later, and we’ve seen a stabilization in the markets, and four straight days of positive returns.… Read the rest
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