Holy Currencies

Holy Currencies

Holy Currencies

Check out these top resource picks from author, pastor and educator Eric Law, who facilitated the Center for Congregations workshop Holy Currencies: Six Blessings for Sustainable Missional Ministries. For a print-friendly PDF, click the attachment link below.

1K Churches from the Criterion Institute
81 Church Hill Road, Haddam, Connecticut 06438
860-345-3520, info@criterioninstitute.org
Through engaging in the process of investing in microbusinesses in the local community, churches will explore their individual and institutional roles as economic actors. The website provides information on the organization, ways to get involved and a blog site.

221 N. LaSalle St., Suite 1320, Chicago, IL 60601
312-357-2639, info@gamaliel.org
Gamaliel trains community and faith leaders to build political power and create organizations that unite people of diverse faiths and races.  Its mission is “empower ordinary people to effectively participate in the political, environmental, social and economic decisions affecting their lives. Gamaliel’s diverse members apply their faith and values to the pursuit of equal opportunity for all, shared abundance, and stronger, more prosperous communities.”

Kaleidoscope Institute

840 Echo Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90026
800-366-1536 ext. 216, mailto:kscope@kscopeinstitute.org
This organization, based on the work of the Rev. Dr. Eric H. F. Law, offers week-long training institutes throughout the United and Canada on gracious leadership, holy currencies congregation transformation and incubation of missional, sustainable ministries consultations and more.

The Asset-Based Community Development Institute (ABCD)

Center for Civic Engagement, Northwestern University
1813 Hinman Ave., Evanston, IL 60208
847-491-8711, abcd@northwestern.edu
The ABCD Institute is a growing movement that considers local assets as the primary building blocks of sustainable community development. Building on the skills of local residents, the power of local associations and the supportive functions of local institutions, asset-based community development draws upon existing community strengths to build stronger, more sustainable communities for the future.