In recent years, many elite and flagship universities have developed both courses and campus environments that put the “whole person” in greater view than ever before. Christian colleges and universities have had this more integrated focus for some time as well, with the fundamental commitment to every person being made in God’s image and thus having inherent value and dignity. What are the ways that our teaching and mentoring – in economics specifically – can reflect a consciousness of each student’s identity as a whole person? Are there methods or topics in economics that we might teach differently in light of recognizing this about our learners? Specifically, are there methods or topics that abstract from reality in a way that is neither helpful nor necessary? And are there methods or topics that lend themselves to a more holistic approach, or at least a healthy acknowledgement that the standard economic lens is not the only lens that is important, even for an economist?