Amy L. Sherman


Amy L. Sherman is a Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute for Policy Research, where she directs the Center on Faith in Communities. She likes to describe the work of the Center as that of being “a minister to ministries.” She provides training and consulting to churches and nonprofits seeking to transform their communities for the common good.Sherman is the author of six books, including Kingdom Calling: Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good, and some 75+ published articles in such diverse periodicals as Christianity Today, First Things, The Public Interest, Policy Review, Prism, The Christian Century, and Books & Culture.

An illustration of a mirrored man, the reflection of which is dressed differently.
Bivocational Pastors Don’t Have Two Jobs
The Master’s Character in Jesus’ Parable of the Talents
An exterior picture of Revive Church in Arvada, Colo.
Churches Don’t Have to Be Lousy Stewards. Here’s Proof
The Work of God, Side by Side
You Should Know Them, if You Don’t
Doable Strategies for Church-Based Economic Development
How Churches Are Helping in Food Deserts
Can There Be a New Golden Age of Black Entrepreneurship?
Honoring Jesus in Every Economic Endeavor
Being for the Community Means Being for Its Thriving
This One Church Launched 11 Social Ventures
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