“Biblical Holism and Agriculture: Cultivating Our Roots” is a collection of essays that address the urgent need for constructing a holistic biblical perspective in order to appraise the economic, social, ecological, environmental and spiritual impact of globalization and the negative unprecedented … Continued
The story of the Mennonite colonists who settled in a harsh region of Paraguay powerfully demonstrates how God enables humans to use their own imagination, courage, and hard work to transform desolation into abundance.
LifeWork: Developing a Biblical Theology of Vocation is a downloadable workbook that contains a narrative as well as a series of vocation-related Bible studies and exercises that will help you develop a biblical theology for your particular vocational area, leading to practical … Continued
The Forest in the Seed (also a DNA book) is a powerful teaching that helps people see beyond the closed-system economic mentality of materialistic cultures. It offers a biblical perspective on resources and development. Download this PowerPoint presentation and customize … Continued
This is an excerpt (chapter 11) from If Jesus Were Mayor. Kingdom Mathematics acknowledges that: When we give our weakness to God, He multiplies it. He turns our weakness into strength. He often chooses the weak, poor and insignificant–the opposite … Continued
This essay illustrates the principle of how human innovation, demand and freedom to produce, combined with the market, creates products and services that benefit millions.
This article from Christianity Today magazine shows how areas where Protestant missionaries had a significant presence in the past are, on average, more economically developed today with comparatively better health, lower infant mortality, lower corruption, greater literacy, higher educational attainment … Continued
According to Darrow Miller, “philosophic pragmatism” determines that something is valuable if it is functional; it is good if it works! Unfortunately, many Christians have, perhaps unconsciously, denied the Biblical virtues of truth, beauty and goodness for utilitarianism. Great Commission … Continued
DNA co-founder Darrow Miller responds to the current economic crisis by examining its root causes and urging Christians to return to Biblical virtues of thrift, hard work, saving, and contentment as an antidote to the current crisis.
As an outcome of the Uganda CBCT training done by Transforming Nations Alliance (TNA) in partnership with the Disciple Nations Alliance, women in one district of northern Uganda have formed a poverty fighting group called “Unity is Strength.” Their campaign … Continued