Mark Elsdon is a social innovator, author, business and theological person who talks about his work with RootedGood and PresHouse.
Impact investing has the potential to radically transform our faith communities. Intrigued? Mark Elsdon helps you dream up the possibilities for your church in this article.
Despite sleepless nights, hair pulled out, and unfinanceable mortgages, Mark Elsdon says, "We Aren't Broke." On what grounds? Actually, on the ground beneath his building and other church assets.
Innovation isn’t a good unto itself; at its core, innovation is about solving problems, says RootedGood co-founder Shannon Hopkins. Read her 10 guidelines for faithful innovation.
RootedGood founders shared thoughts on economic innovation in the church as plenary speakers at the October 2020 Faith+Finance Church Economics conference. Watch here.
Craig Mattson, of Spiritual Capital renown, converses with Mark Sampson, one of RootedGood's co-founders, on the need for us to think deeply about the phrase 'social enterprise'.
Organizational change isn’t for the faint of heart. In this podcast, RootedGood co-founder Shannon Hopkins explores what it is to lead well when success means letting go.
In this podcast with Craig Mattson, Mark Sampson explores some of the concepts and ideas that inform RootedGood’s approach to impact measurement.
This article describes how Mark Elsdon, Executive Director of Pres House, and his team transformed a dormant organization into a nationally recognized campus ministry that generates more than $2 million in annual revenue.
A partner of RootedGood, Faith and Finance, is a new movement that explores the implications of faith traditions for finance, economics and entrepreneurship. Mark Sampson has written this piece, exploring the need for economic theology.