Religion Economics Politics
It is so important to understand and embrace the concept of absolute truth in all areas of life. However, with so much going on in the world today, where can we look for the truth?
Morris Jackson, a lifelong professional in the corporate world, decided it was time to answer the call on his life. He is currently pursuing an EdD in Organizational Leadership with a Ministry Emphasis at Grand Canyon University. Morris believes that many of the questions we seek answers to can be found in the Scriptures, from which we can extract principles. However, these principles are not always passed down to future generations in a way that allows them to put them into practice.
They say knowledge is power, but only if that knowledge is presented in a way that people understand. Religion Economics Politics was founded to bring practical sets of answers to people of what is happening in the world around us. We want to make an impact by going out into the world and interacting with people. It’s not about religion but expressing in a language that speaks to every individual today.
Religion Economics Politics aims to teach people how to have life and have it more abundantly through our educational courses and podcasts. We seek to present a biblical perspective in a practical way that appeals to all. We are here to bring you the principles of simple things that can make your life easier.
Our mission at Religion Economics Politics is to enlighten and educate people by providing them with an unaltered truth to determine what is and isn’t practical. We want the topics we bring to provide the tools that all generations need to live life practically, and in the end, we want them to know why understanding current events are essential to finding the answers they seek.
Our vision is to provide clarity to all generations and, through clarity, build unity on common ground rather than division. We want to grow into academics and build a school where students will be prepared for life. It’s changing the mindset to build generational wealth and teaching people to be politically astute. We want to make sure that those resources considered only for the elite are available to everyone.