By Nancy Thurston
I hated economics in college, yet most of my adult life has been diving deeply into money, class and economic justice.
I hate fundraising, yet I have been part of Be Present, Inc.’s fundraising team for thirteen years.
Though I entered this field kicking and screaming, I’ve discovered that working with money offers an exquisite doorway to spiritual transformation and that addressing all aspects of fundraising can take the lead in social justice. While “economics” and “fundraising” sounded dull, spiritual transformation and social justice made my heart sing. The draw has been strong enough that I’ve continued this exploration of the intersection of money and faith for over thirty years. Read more