Agree! Entrepreneurship is about transforming the world by solving big problems. While entrepreneurship includes creating a business and scaling it to generate a profit, entrepreneurship is about being a part of the solution, making a diffe
The church has been static, in decline, and operating with an insufficient resource model for too long. We know things have to change.
Mark Elsdon discusses his life and new book with John Terrill of UpperHouse on the Upper Word Podcast.
Read more about RootedGood's collaboration with PC(USA) on our "What Next?" tool and other resources to help organizations plan for life post-pandemic.
What Next? is based upon the general design of What Now? but with a broader application to ministry contexts beyond the local congregation (such as camps, campus ministries, etc.) and looking beyond the pandemic environment.
We all know that what gets counted counts, but what do you do when you know the wrong things are getting counted (i.e., measured)?
In an article written for Faith + Lead, RootedGood Co-Founder, Mark Elsdon, writes on how many Christian churches in the United States have large amounts of "hidden" wealth in invested assets and property and reminds readers of a hard truth
Learn more about the value of RootedGood’s self-directed tools, games, and processes. Our tools can save you more than $7000 and 30 hours of time.
A good friend tells you how it really is -- the good and sometimes hard-to-hear truths. And measurement -- done well -- will do just that.
Mark Elsdon is a social innovator, author, business and theological person who talks about his work with RootedGood and PresHouse.