Jason Coker

Stop Asking People to Give Money To Your Church

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before Some new church plant (or old church traditional church, or hipster-deep “worship experience”) doesn’t have enough money to pay the bills. So the pastor, or the elders, or the “stewardship committee” decides…

MLK’s Most Audacious Dream

Today we remember the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. for his civil rights legacy. I am especially inspired by his most audacious dream: So what, exactly, was King’s economic dream? In short, he wanted the government to eradicate poverty by…

The Life of Gifts in a Kingdom Economy

Yesterday, I wrote about an experiment my wife and I started several years back, and how it took off faster than expected. I couldn’t believe my luck. All I’d wanted was to promote a little generosity in the midst of isolated individualism….

The Sufficiency of the Kingdom

Several years ago, as a fun experiment, my wife and I started a website where people could post the stuff they no longer needed, and others, who needed those things, could simply claim them. Pretty simple. The idea caught on…


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