Gerald Delk, CPG Vice President of Education, and Janet Todd, CPG Assistant Vice President of Educational Programs, share ideas for getting your financial house in order: where to start, what’s involved, and good rules of thumb for spending and saving.
Do we eat to nourish ourselves, as a response to stress, or for some other reason? Church Publishing author Martha Tatarnic discusses her book Living Diet: A Christian Journey to Joyful Eating, which explores our psychosocial response to food and what it really means to be healthy and fit.
A feeling of abundance begins by offering thanks for what we already have. Church Publishing authors Forrest S. Cuch and Michael Carney discuss their new book A Native Way of Giving, Native American philosophies and practices of gratitude, and our individual responsibility for the world we all share.
This conversation from our “Insights and Ideas” series brings together thought leaders from the Church, the private sector, and the Church Pension Group on the topic of socially responsible investing (with a specific emphasis on shareholder engagement). Discover investment strategies that advance socioeconomic equity, and find out what institutions are doing to enhance diversity in the investment industry.
Does meeting someone else’s needs have you neglecting your own? Church Publishing author the Rev. Jean Denton delves into her new book Walking Each Other Home: Spiritual Companionship for Dementia Caregivers, exploring the unique challenges caregivers face—and the hope and meaning that can be found even in suffering.