When someone comes up to you on the street and asks for money, what’s the right way to respond? Check out this short video!
Your local church can do something for the materially poor that no other organization can do: be a family. What does a loving family look like?
How a medical ministry in rural Georgia has expanded—and focused—their efforts to help their neighbors.
The local church can become a catalyst for starting local businesses and creating social impact within their communities. Hear how from a panel of entrepreneurs.
One of the primary ways many American Christians encounter extreme poverty is in caring for orphans and vulnerable children. How do we help children without hurting them?
With support from her local church, Jasmine discovered the skills and confidence she needed to get a job—and thrive at work.
Trauma is often caused by and contributes to material poverty. As we walk alongside materially poor people, how can we be more aware of trauma they may have experienced?
Our friend Brenda McGowan of Crossroads Prison Ministries shares about her experiences working with people who are incarcerated—and how the answer to mass incarceration is the mass mobilization of the church!
When you’re doing ministry, it can feel like telling stories doesn’t count as “real” work. But telling the biblical story—focusing on what God has done, is doing, and will do—is crucial to poverty alleviation.
How a single mom overcame obstacles, experienced healing, and became a mentor for others in the process.