Looking for a way to calm your financial fears? Check out this Christian Science Monitor story on a curriculum called “Lazarus at the Gate.”
The program suggests that some of our money woes may well originate from our perspectives, not only on finances, but how we live our lives and interact in our economy.
“Right now there are a lot of opportunities to feel fear when thinking about money. But if you start from a place of gratitude and abundance, it radically changes your perspective,” says Rachel Anderson, director of Boston Faith & Justice Network (BFJN), which coordinates the small-group program. “How we choose to spend our money – there are many justice issues there and room for change to steward Earth’s resources better and alleviate poverty.”
Hat tip to CRS communications coordinator Jennifer Hardy for pointing out the story.
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