No Shortage of Shortages: We’re All Out

No Shortage of Shortages: We’re All Out

We’re all out. Still in the throes of a global pandemic, we are running out of a lot of things. Grocery stores posted flyers that read: “There is a national coin shortage. Please use the exact change.” Or “No cash. Credit and debit cards only.” The same can be said of...
The Tragedy of Poverty in a Rich Land

The Tragedy of Poverty in a Rich Land

Poverty is not a natural phenomenon. It’s not like a tornado or an earthquake. Poverty is not a necessary state. Nor is it something that falls from the sky. “In the U.S., grim poverty is a tragedy, that great wealth makes a sin,” William Sloan Coffin once declared. I...
Why I Felt Ashamed After Visiting a New Church

Why I Felt Ashamed After Visiting a New Church

Finding a church home can be an exciting process for many Christians. As a recent transplant to a new city, I believed it was important for me to find a church that embraced all of my values as a Christian. I believe churches that are inclusive of everyone most...
Look Back | Rich Get Richer? Been Here, Done That

Look Back | Rich Get Richer? Been Here, Done That

Editor’s note: “Look Back” is a series designed to highlight articles from the Good Faith Media archives that remain relevant or historically interesting. If you have an article from our archives that you’d like us to consider including in this series, please email...