Tag: Sustainability

The meaning of gleaning

The meaning of gleaning

Learning to Love Leviticus #4 by Guy Brandon ‘When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap to the very edges of your field, or gather the gleanings of your harvest. You shall not strip your vineyard bare, or gather the fallen grapes of your vineyard; you shall leave them for the […]

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The Resilient Business report

The Resilient Business report

How do we move from individually living out Christian values at work to embedding a Christian ethos at the heart of our organisations? This report is based on case studies of 8 diverse companies with Christian founders or directors, showing how they have sought to embed Christian values over the long term in their organisations, with a particular focus on stakeholder relationships.

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From Sustainability to Fruitfullness

From Sustainability to Fruitfullness

Nick Spencer, June 2006 It is hard to turn on the television or open a newspaper today without reading something about sustainability or sustainable development. For over twenty years the idea that we are not living sustainably, and that we desperately need to be, has been growing in the public mind. Sustainability – defined as […]

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Sustainable Living

Sustainable Living

Nick Spencer, December 2005 Alert readers of the Jubilee Centre’s magnum opus, Jubilee Manifesto, published this year by IVP, may have noticed a gap in its 350 pages. The issues covered – Nationhood, Government, the Economy, etc., – are all wide-ranging, urgent and important. Yet the one topic, equally large and perhaps even more pressing, […]

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