So often when people of faith show up for the broader conversations about impact investing and social entrepreneurship we wonder if can bring our entire selves into the center of the conversations. But when we compartmentalize our theological convictions at these events, we all suffer. The dominant story of the market takes over again.
As people of faith, we should be more likely to understand the need to go for mission, not market rate. Even more practically, the money that we steward, because it is oriented toward a larger purpose, can be catalytic when we're willing to pay the cost toward real change.
Join these SOCAPers, who are also people of faith, to wonder how we might do this better this year.