Christians are called to care for the poor and vulnerable. Our concern for the least among us follows directly from our faith. It is at the very heart of the Gospel. As policymakers continue to fight about fiscal and budget issues, we have joined with a diverse group of Christian organizations to form a Circle of Protection that calls upon our elected leaders to protect programs that serve the most vulnerable in our nation and around the world.

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    Starting with an analysis of power and privilege is like building on rock.

  • While poverty among seniors has declined, child poverty and poverty among adults have changed little over the last 40 years.

  • What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia, by Elizabeth Catte. Belt Publishing.

    What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia,by Elizabeth Catte. Belt Publishing.

  • Health care is a bad match for a market-oriented approach, so faith traditions are demanding universal health coverage.

    Health care is a bad match for a market-oriented approach, so faith traditions are demanding universal health coverage.

  • The trendy aesthetic often means giving up everything ... except privilege.

    The trendy aesthetic often means giving up everything ... except privilege. 

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