Acton University

Acton University is a unique, four-day exploration of the intellectual foundations of a free society. Guided by a distinguished, international faculty, Acton University is an opportunity to deepen your knowledge and integrate philosophy, theology, business, development – with sound, market-based economics. [Read more…]

VIDEO: How Faithful Churches Create Flourishing Communities

Here’s an inspiring talk on a vision for churches and their communities delivered by Charlie Self at an Oikonomia Network event on June 19, 2015.  For more, check out [Read more…]

At the #AsburyProject today

…a great gathering of folks at Asbury Seminary and Asbury University in Wilmore, KY around issues of social entrepreneurship and the integration of faith and economics. Catch all the action in real time on Twitter:  (and follow us on Twitter while you’re at it.) You can read the posts I wrote about last year’s [Read More…]

Rising Tide or Zero-Sum Game?

Why Christians should care that the Nobel prize in economics has gone to poverty and welfare researcher Angus Deaton   By Dr. P.J. Hill The announcement of Angus Deaton as the latest recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics is welcome news for Christians who want a deeper understanding of the dramatic change in human [Read More…]

Entrepreneurship for Human Flourishing

(Thanks to Bob Robinson of re(integrate) for this event submission! As noted below, please mention that you were invited by Bob when you register.) Made To Flourish Ohio presents “Entrepreneurship for Human Flourishing,” a one-day retreat for pastors who are serving churches in Ohio. You are invited to join Peter Greer, President and CEO of Hope [Read More…]

CG 2015

CG2015 will be hosted Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3 at the Brookside Campus of Christ Community Church in Kansas City. Register now, spaces are limited! Two years ago, people from many different churches and backgrounds gathered in Kansas City for CG2013, a conference solely dedicated to the theme of seeking the “Common Good”. Two [Read More…]