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2908 McKinney: The Emergency Home -- 1912

2908  McKinney Avenue, brand new in 1912… (click for larger image)

by Paula Bosse

Above, the brand new Salvation Army “Emergency Home” in 1912. The accompanying headline and caption, from… 300 more words

Dallas TX

Trump, Churches, and Politics - Counterpoint

By Benjamin Leff

A few days ago, my good friend and fellow Subgrouper, David Herzig, wrote a post about Donald Trump’s appearance at a church in Flint Michigan… 1,029 more words

Trump, Churches and Politics

Photo: Evan Vucci/AP

By David J. Herzig

One of the leads in today’s news cycle was the Flint Pastor, Rev. Faith Green Timmons of the Bethel United Methodist Church, interrupting Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump during a speech at her church. 829 more words

Francie Stoner

Title: 1) Chief Executive Officer, Partner 2) President, Founder
Company: 1) DifCom Designs LLC 2) The LAUGHH Foundation
Location: Weston, MO United States 10 more words

Health And Wellness

Together We Can Make a Difference

I recently embarked in a new business venture, Christian Bling. It’s a faith-based company that allows me to work from home.

Christian Bling offers opportunities to raise money for worthy causes, custom create pieces for foundations, and have faith inspired hosted or online gatherings that are hosted at parishes, schools or homes through distribution of their “faith inspired, meaningful gift line of 200 items! 200 more words


LA Flood Disaster: Links on Government Aid & Where to Donate

By: Philip Hackney
I live in Baton Rouge, LA where I teach at LSU Law Center.  Baton Rouge and surrounding communities are currently experiencing unprecedented flooding. 1,303 more words

Charitable Organizations

The Last Stop: Charitable Agencies and the Breakdown of the Social Safety Net

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Some months ago, a woman began to attend my church.  It was obvious that she had a lot of problems—her appearance and behavior showed that she suffered from physical and mental disabilities, and she seemed destitute—but we welcomed her warmly.  911 more words