In this short video reflection to accompany the Where your treasure is study, Revd Canon Edward Carter talks about money, the Church and how we can use our investments to shape a better world.
Revd Canon Edward Carter is Vicar of St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich. He chairs the Church Investors Group (CIG), a membership organisation representing the charitable and pension funds of denominations, dioceses, religious orders and Christian based charities. The CIG has over 70 members and represents approximately £21 billion of assets under management.
In this short video reflection to accompany the Speaking Out study, James Perry talks about the power we have to hold companies to account, and the importance of seeking out businesses that are having a positive impact on the world.
James is co-Chairman of COOK, a certified B Corporation. He co-founded the B Corp movement in the UK, and serves on the global board of B Lab. He is also a Founding Partner of Snowball LLP, a multi-asset impact investment manager.
In this short video reflection to accompany the Spending Power study, Dr Eve Poole reflects on how we can be ‘salt and light’ in the economy through our spending choices.
Dr Eve Poole is the Third Church Estates Commissioner for England, and Chairman of the Board of Governors at Gordonstoun. She has a BA from Durham, an MBA from Edinburgh, and a PhD in theology and capitalism from Cambridge. Her recent books are Leadersmithing, Capitalism’s Toxic Assumptions and Buying God. You can follow her on twitter @evepoole and she blogs at http://evepoole.com/
In this short video reflection to accompany the Learning and Sharing Bible study, Revd Cassius Francis reflects on how we can tackle inequality in our communities.
Revd Cassius Francis is the Just Finance Development Worker for the Black Country with Transforming Communities Together (TCT) and he is a minister with the Wesleyan Holiness Church. The mission of TCT is to partner with others, seeking the common good, working for justice as people of hope, so that communities may flourish and those who are vulnerable, isolated, and disadvantaged might enjoy life in its fullness.