Helping Without Hurting

Broken Systems, Broken People

Brian Fikkert / February 4, 2020
Helping Without Hurting

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Why Potlucks are Important

Savings Group In Togo

By The Chalmers Center | March 25, 2018

Savings Groups in Togo from The Chalmers Center on Vimeo. Through partner denominations and ministry organizations, the Chalmers Center equips church leaders to form gospel-driven, church-centered savings groups in their own communities.

Restoring Work: Jobs Preparedness Training

By The Chalmers Center | June 4, 2015

What areas of your life do you long to see reconciled and made new? It may seem like a strange question. But on a summer day in Memphis, TN, a group of people navigating unemployment wrestled with it in powerful ways. One by one, they each described areas of brokenness in their lives that they…

Discipleship Meets Financial Education: An Interview with Jerilyn Sanders

By The Chalmers Center | May 20, 2014

Jerilyn Sanders is the Director of US Training at the Chalmers Center. Her work combines two things: her love for God’s people and her passion for education that empowers the disenfranchised. In this role, Sanders and her team created Faith & Finances, a financial education curriculum that allows the church to minister holistically in its…

Biblical Truth, Lasting Change: Fe y Finanzas

By The Chalmers Center | March 3, 2014

“Antonia, we think of you now when we go in the store and start to buy something. We ask ourselves, ‘Is this a need or a desire?’” In 2013, Antonia Alzate led a field test of Fe y Finanzas, the Spanish-language version of the Chalmers Center’s Faith & Finances program. “I saw the need in…

Restoration and Hope behind Bars: Faith & Finances

By The Chalmers Center | July 22, 2013

Twenty-two women sat around tables, casually eating a classic southern lunch of fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, and peanut butter pie. They laughed together, swapped stories about their families, and shared about their upcoming plans. It could have been a women’s ministry potluck. But they were not in a church fellowship hall. A…