article on Christianity Today: Buy the Product, Not the Sob Story

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I’m excited to announce that I wrote an article on the social enterprise model and Thistle Farms – a social enterprise serving trafficked, addicted, and abused women in Nashville, Tennessee – for Christianity Today online. It’s the front page feature today, which is more than I could have hoped for.

This piece was several weeks in the making and I’m glad I had the chance to rein in my thoughts with an editor. I’m pleased with the result.

Read Buy the Product, Not the Sob Story here.

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Then come back here and comment. I’d love to know what you think. 

I also wrote an essay on my faith journey for Elephant Journal. Read it here.

 

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4 thoughts on “article on Christianity Today: Buy the Product, Not the Sob Story

  1. I liked it. And I completely agree. When I'm shopping for a new piece, I have to love the product first. After that, I have to like the story, but in order to create a sustainable social enterprise system, a good product must always come first. It would be a terrible thing to buy out of pity.

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