Money and Faith: William G. Enright and the Big Taboo

As a young pastor in the 1960s, William Enright avoided talking about money in church, so it’s interesting that he spent the better part of his career taking on “the big taboo” in church life. Now as the director of the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving he is in a good position to help Christians, and especially church leaders, engage in a constructive conversation about money. and adopt a healthy attitude toward wealth. (Photo © Alfredo Müller –