Ep 13 Threads of Inequality: Exploring Poverty Through a Christian Lens

In episode thirteen, we look at the intricate dynamics of poverty in the United States, unraveling its multifaceted nature and shedding light on its far-reaching impacts. Through exploring data, personal anecdotes, and historical insights, Kristen helps us navigate the layers of systemic barriers perpetuating inequity.  

Drawing upon Christian principles and teachings, we examine past and present responses to poverty within the church, inviting listeners to reflect on their roles in fostering social justice and equity. Ultimately, this episode serves as a call to action, urging us to confront biases, advocate for systemic change, and embody compassion in our pursuit of a more just society.

The U.S. is the top country for millionaires and billionaires

Huff Post Article on EBT funds

Report on Orphanages by the MN Dept of Health and Human Service

Keller: Generous Justice, How Gods Grace makes us Just

Hughes, Power and Poverty

Center for American Progress data

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