The inflation that has loomed over the economy and restricted many Americans’ purchasing power of late has doubly affected low-income people who already struggle to get by. A recent survey by Feeding America has shown that increased demand has affected nearly 80% of U.S. food
Lizzy Case – writer, theologian, and founder of Arrayed – argues that the mandate to love our neighbor often stands at stark odds with the current situation of many garment workers. But by consuming less and more mindfully as well as advocating for workers’ rights,
Columnist Rodney Kennedy argues that the church has a thinking problem when it comes to the poor. The same ideas keep popping back up generation after generation going all the way back to Pharaoh. So, how do we rewrite the playbook?
As the economic toll from the coronavirus outbreak continues to mount, a new Pew Research Center survey finds the impact is falling more heavily on lower-income adults. Overall, 43% of U.S. adults now say that they or someone in their household has lost a job
To experience the Bahamas -- where this year's Baptist World Alliance annual meeting was held -- means more than just hanging out on the beach. This is a country, after all, where income inequality means most citizens can’t afford to spend a week at one
It is no secret that the United States is a country of inequality. But having inequality on our political and cultural map is one thing; figuring out what to do about it in our own lives is another.