Below you will find photographs and some information about colleagues in the Sabbath Economic Collaborative who are working with, teaching about, and seeking to live Sabbath Economic values. They may be available to lead an event or workshop for your faith community.


Ched Myers is a theological animator and author through Bartimaeus Cooperative Ministries.  His booklet, “The Biblical Vision of Sabbath Economics,” traces the themes of Sabbath Economics throughout the Old and New Testaments, and is a key resource to understanding the breadth and depth of emphasis on economics in the Christian Bible. and

Mike Little is the director of Faith and Money Network, which equips people to transform their relationship with money, to live with integrity and intentionality, and to participate in creating a more equitable world. 

Darel Grothaus currently focuses his community organizing experience on economic justice campaigns, working with poor and incarcerated people.  From his Seattle base, Darel is a contributing writer to the Jubilee Economics Ministries website.


Marty Collier provides organizational development services to non-profits and has helped her family invest their assets in alternative, community development and socially responsible ways. Se habla espanol

John Parker directs Good Work, a community development collaborative that helps entrepreneurs and communities be self-reliant, resilient, & collabora-tive. Based in Raleigh, NC, Good Work supports community entrepreneurs, local businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community partners through consulting, coaching, training, and collaboration.

Gloria and Ross Kinsler spent 25 years as theological educators in Guatemala Costa Rica. They are the authors of The Biblical Jubilee and the Struggle for Life.  Gloria worked in the sanctuary movement and led many delegations in Central American countries.  Gloria and Ross serve as contributors to Jubilee Economics Ministries.

Richard Lowery has taught Hebrew Bible at seminaries from California to Connecticut, written several books, including Sabbath and Jubilee, speaks at church gatherings throughout the US and Canada, and blogs for the Huffington Post.  He currently lives in Indianapolis, IN. Rick has created a four part study of the theology of empowerment and justice, available for your use, complete with YouTube presentations.


Judith Favor is a spiritual director in CA and author of A Spiritual Guide to Sabbath Economics, a contemplative exploration of faith and finance that invites readers to forge a lasting partnership between personal and sacred love, money and freedom.



Doug Clegg is a singer/songwriter based in Santa Barbara, CA.  His songs speak of justice and community, pirates and hobos, and he backs his expressive voice by playing guitars, piano, fiddle and flute.  Douglas serves on the board of Jubilee Economics Ministries.



Dale Stitt has a long history working with money issues. He has organized and led trips of Perspective to Haiti, Jamaica, India, Kenya, Ethiopia, Egypt, and India. He also works with families and individuals regarding their money issues. Rather than answers, he has a lot of questions - with a desire to help people find their own answers.



Matthew Colwell is pastor of Knox Presbyterian Church in Pasadena, CA, and author of Sabbath Economics: Household Practices  and co-author with Ched Myers of Our God is Undocumented:  Biblical Faith and Immigrant Justice. and

Susan Taylor helps run Just Money Advisors with her husband, Andy Loving, consulting on client cases and providing analytical support.  She serves on the board of Faith and Money Network and writes periodically on issues of faith and money.

Andy Loving focuses his creativity and energy on creating justice with money. Where we bank and invest makes a difference.  Thinking about our money collectively is a radical act with some surprising outcomes.  Andy lives in Louisville, KY, with his wife, Susan Taylor and their two children.

Lee Van Ham directs Jubilee Economics Ministries, working to promote practices, ideas, and stories for living economically on Earth, our one-planet home.  Lee’s blog posts, podcasts and articles are available through