Patricia Hall Infante and David H. Messner; Developmental Editor: Gail Forsyth-Vail
How do our financial lives intersect with our religious, spiritual, and community lives? How can we have a relationship with earning, spending, giving, and investing that is spiritually healthy and grounded in our deepest values? While money is a pervasive part of our day-to-day existence, it often receives little attention in our religious lives. As religious people, we have much to gain by making money a part of an intentional, covenanted and faithful conversation together. This program helps participants understand how decisions and attitudes about money can be a more effective force for living lives of meaning and value, and for creating positive change in themselves, their congregations and groups, our society and the world. Participants' exploration of money from many angles and perspectives opens the way for money to become less troublesome and more useful as a practical, life-giving tool.
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Last updated on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
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The Wi$dom Path program explores our attitudes and behaviors toward money in our everyday, spiritual, and congregational lives. In photo: Sally Wood, President, Unitarian Church of Baton Rouge (LA).
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