After a little less than fourteen years of uninterrupted service as the executive editor of the Journal of Markets & Morality, I am retiring from my editorial responsibilities with the journal. Although I will no longer manage journal submissions and plan future issues, I will continue to serve on the executive editorial board and to assist my able colleague and successor, Jordan Ballor, with a new symposium on the theology of work and economics that will become a regular feature in the spring issue. I will now serve Acton as director of its educational programs and also continue in my previous academic role as senior research scholar in theology. Jordan’s leadership of the journal begins with the current issue. I have every confidence that he will not only continue to find and publish leading authors concerned with the relationship between economics and religion but also that he will significantly expand the digital reach of the journal into new venues, platforms, and devices. This growth opportunity is invigorating, and Jordan is the right person to expand the footprint of the journal as a premiere peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication, offering the latest scholarship, symposia, controversies, translations, and book reviews.