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  • by United Church of God
God leaves humanity free to act and think, which creates problems. Poverty is one of those problems. Yet, this freedom also provides the best possible environment for our Creator to see the truth about what is in your heart. And, if you are willing, to teach you valuable lessons about generosity, personal integrity and compassion.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Egypt’s importance stretches over thousands of years and will continue through the end of this age.
  • by R. J'Non Whitlark
The subject of money and finances can be uncomfortable to discuss. What is our responsibility to each other in the Church in this regard and what did Jesus mean when He said, "The poor shall be with you always"?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
According to Newsweek, "None of the factors that drove the global food crises in 2008 have gone away" (Dec. 7, 2009). And The Economist stated that "1 billion people will go to bed hungry" (Nov. 21, 2009). But hold on to your hats. The Bible clearly tells us that present conditions are slated to get a lot worse before they get better.
  • by Phyllis Newton
Poverty has been a constant presence throughout human history, but each of us has the opportunity to personally combat poverty every day while we look forward to a time when poverty will be a distant memory.
  • by Cecil Maranville, Darris McNeely, John Ross Schroeder
Some believe that the strong economy will eventually eliminate poverty and that the country needs only to continue on its current path. A more realistic view holds that the economic growth is tenuous and likely to cycle downward.