Occupying God’s Vision of Jubilee

Erase Debt
I’m so excited to see this US example of alternative economics: the Rolling Jubilee! It’s self described as “a bailout of the people by the people” in which the project buys debt for pennies on the dollar, but instead of collecting it, abolishes it.

This is what Jesus announced in Luke 4 as his mission and the church in Acts 2 & Acts 4 lived as their witness. Our adventure is making Christ’s and the early church’s economic mission and witness ours in creative ways that speak to our context.

Lord, give us more imagination and courage to live your red letters!

The launch party is tonight, November 15th at 8pm Eastern time — watch it live here

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Jarrod McKenna is the National Advisor for Youth, Faith and Activism for World Vision Australia. He is a peace award winning founder of EPYC and co-founder of the Peace Tree Intentional Community in Perth. Most recently he founded the First Home Project which is set to open very soon! You can follow him on Twitter here.

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Jarrod McKenna

Jarrod McKennaJarrod McKenna is amazed by grace. A peace award winning nonviolence trainer and activist, Jarrod is now World Vision Australia’s National Advisor on Youth, Faith & Activism. Jarrod with his amazing wife and son Teresa and Tyson, are three of 17 people living at First Home Project; an innovative community welcoming, housing and empowering refugees. Follow him on twitter here.View all posts by Jarrod McKenna →

  • Frank

    What a great idea! The government is not the solution.

  • SamHamilton

    This sounds like a good idea. Very creative. This is an opportunity for people with means to put their money where their mouths (and votes) are.

    Are there downsides? What am I missing?

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