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Invitation to Join Wisdom & Money’s Board of Directors

Invitation Wisdom & Money is in the process of welcoming new members to our Board of Directors.  We have created the following description to help those considering this role to understand the particular and rather unique way our Board functions. Description Wisdom & Money’s Board of Directors and staff work […]

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Moving Money is For Everyone: The Next Stage

by Steven Bonsey Something seems to be shifting in our country.  The availability of vaccines is beginning to show grounds for hope for relief from the pandemic.  On the political level, citizens watched as the Capitol, the scene of violent insurrection, became the site for an orderly transition of power […]

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Administrative and Communications Coordinator

Wisdom & Money is hiring an Administrative and Communications Coordinator. The Administrative and Communications Coordinator plans, implements, and monitors a broad range of activities that allow Wisdom & Money to operate effectively and efficiently. This person works alongside the Co-Directors and Board in the development of communications, including emails, blogs, […]

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Moving Money is For Everyone: Stage Four

Stage Four: Participation by Steven Bonsey The great room of the Bolinas bed and breakfast that Wisdom & Money rented for a weekend board retreat featured a panoramic view of the Pacific Coast from Stinson Beach to the south to Point Reyes up north. At the center of the vista, […]

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Moving Money Is For Everyone: Stage Three

Stage Three: Collaboration in Unity by Steven Bonsey One morning sometime in the mid-1990’s, at the Parish of St Clement, Honolulu, where I served as Rector, I stood from my prayer desk and looked out at the empty sanctuary.   I looked at the pews and prayer books and realized that […]

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Moving Money Is For Everyone: Stage One

A reflection in four stages by Steven Bonsey Stage One: Personal Gift The Boston Circle —like the other retreat Circles in Wisdom & Money — welcomes people who know themselves to have more than enough money, or who come from a culture of having more than enough money.  I identify […]

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Listening to Mark 10 in Wildfire Season

A Lectio Divina Meditation by Rosemary Feerick  What do you pack in a go bag? Do you know what a go bag is? Do you live someplace where you have to know? That is what I was thinking about when Steven read the story of the rich man in Mark 10: […]

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From Compulsive to Discerning Giving

by Steven Bonsey I first remember it happening with a classmate named Charlie not long after I was married.  We were at a graduate student party and had both enjoyed a couple of beers.  He was telling me his idea for applying new technology to an old social issue justice. […]

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How do I decide where to give?

by Rose Feerick During the past few weeks, I have spoken with several people who are increasing their giving in an attempt to respond to the economic impact of the covid-19 pandemic.  In the course of those conversations, I have been asked more than once, “How do you identify who […]

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Surrender to Grace: Preparing For Death with an Open Heart

A Holy Week Retreat In Place by Rose Feerick Introduction One of the activities I found myself doing as part of my Covid-19 preparation involved reviewing my will. It is not that I am expecting to die from the virus. I am not.  But this virus has brought death into […]

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