This webinar explores the spiritual practices that support a vocation in development, advancing the mission of your organization.
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Dan Cardinali and Kerry Robinson discuss the ethical and practical strengths at the intersection of philanthropy and faith.
Robert Wuthnow, Ph.D. argues that we need to consider religion and giving in relation to the important social and cultural changes which are taking place in our society and in our world at the start of the 21st century.
Luke Timothy Johnson challenges us to think carefully about the relationship between faith, especially in scriptural terms, and philanthropy or how we share our possessions.
Dr. Ingrid Mattson discusses the Islamic tithe, zakat, and how it has historically connected and shaped the way Muslims relate to one another and to society at-large.
Mark Noll, Ph.D. addresses the topic of “The Logic of Evangelicalism and the Challenges of Philanthropy.”
Dr. Richard Gunderman talks about education as a form of philanthropic giving and its role in the quest for faith.
Jim Hodge claims that our work in philanthropy must make the material to spiritual shift.
Receiving & Giving as Spiritual Exercise: The Spirituality of Care in Soul, Relationship, and Community
Paul G. Schervish, Ph.D. explores how spiritual aspects of both receiving and giving affect the giver, personal relationships and the greater community.
Ann Braude, Ph.D. explores the relation between religion and philanthropy through the lens of women's history.
Insights, a bi-weekly e-newsletter, is a resource for the religious community and fundraisers of faith-based organizations that provides:
- Reflections on important developments in the field of faith and giving
- Recommended books, studies and articles
- Upcoming Lake Institute events