In the Magazine this month we’re exploring the role of money in the life of faith and in the life of the church. In this piece, Timothy Dombeck offers his perspective on giving (or not) to the homeless
In the magazine this month we’re exploring the place of money in the life of faith and the life of the church. In this piece, Sandy Webb contrasts the relationship of wealth to faith in Matthew’s Gospel.
“My own glory is submitting to the violence of this world and exposing it, and you will do that too. That is your destiny.”
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