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Do you want to create and build an enterprise of lasting significance?

Don't let the value you're working hard to create slip away, culturally or financially. Unleash your income and impact with personal consulting based on our Partnership Economics™ Ethics:

  • Grow your current business/ministry

  • Grow to the next level through succession planning for the next generation

Schedule your free 30-minute call to assess if we are a mutually beneficial fit for you.


Paul Knowlton, JD, MDiv and Aaron Hedges, MBA, MDiv have training and experience with one foot squarely in the world of business and the other squarely in the world of faith. We find that these two communities can be bridged for the immense benefit of both. This bridging has greatly benefited us and those we have led in our interdisciplinary roles of entrepreneur, business owner, minister, Director, Partner, COO, and CEO, as well as our biggest roles of husband and dad.


Our book Better Capitalism was an Amazon #1 New Release in 2021 and in 2022 reached #1 in Law Ethics & Professional Responsibility on Kindle.

Contact us about speaking engagements and consulting.

Options and Rates

1) One-off, online consultations: $949 per hour.

2) You and we commit to work together for at least 12 months, with participation by your organization's top decision-makers at least once a month:

  • Each online meeting: $449 per hour​

  • Each day of onsite meetings: 0.5% of your organization's annual revenue (capped at $10,000 per day), plus transportation and lodging

Email to explore possibilities

"[Better Capitalism] has a lot to recommend it. It brings the 'real Adam Smith'—the moral philosopher and economist—into the conversation on faith, economics, and business ethics. ... Their discussion of Rand is a unique, overdue, and valuable contribution. ... They are also frank and open about how Better Capitalism is an effort to start a dialogue, not end it. ... Better Capitalism is a sincere search for a better world."  


—Cato Institute review by Dr. Art Carden, Senior Fellow with the American Institute for Economic Research

“This book plunges the reader right into the interface of theology (faith) and economics, exactly where thoughtful, responsible adults need to be situated in our crisis-marked world. ‘Plantation’ in their usage refers to a winner-take-all economics that exploits others for self-advantage. ‘Partnership’ concerns an economic practice of mutuality that contributes to the common good while attending to one’s own interest. This simple either/or is explored in rich directions including finance, corporations, government, and culture. Along the way we get a healthy rereading of Adam Smith and Ayn Rand, away from a privatistic distortion. This book merits close, sustained attention as a compelling move beyond both careless thinking and easy ideology.”


—Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary

"Better Capitalism is an eloquent and articulate reminder of the importance of understanding economics in the context of our communities, country, and roles as business leaders. In explaining the profound connection between economics and theology, the authors have provided a strong case for the critical need for partnership between business leaders and communities to create a stronger and more robust economy that provides benefit to all." 


—Tony Reid, Senior Vice President (retired), Marriott International

"Better Capitalism is an extraordinary creative achievement, without parallel in the literature of economic and business ethics, Christian or otherwise. One of the things I like most about Better Capitalism is the way it shoots the gap between our current cultural extremes: it is by no means a defense of laissez-faire capitalism but neither is it a socialist manifesto. The book is chock full of fresh and deep research, and this data then informs the book’s realistic, concrete reform proposals that corporate executives, government officials, and everyday people can implement."

—Rev. Dr. David Gushee, Past President of American Academy of Religion, Past President of Society of Christian Ethics

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