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National Coalition for the Homeless

Faces of Homelessness Speakers’ Bureau is a program of the National Coalition for the Homeless that is comprised of people who are or have been homeless and works to educate the public about homelessness and what can be done... read more »

Posted on January 10, 2013

A Rose for Abby- Companion Guide Included

A Rose for Abby by Donna Guthrie Story of a child making a difference after having her eyes opened to the plight of homeless. The child acts and organizes a program that allows the “poor church” to give from its relative abundance. read more »

Posted on December 11, 2012

Virginia offers economic justice workshops

‘Real Change for Real People: Moving Beyond Broke’

Regional events will address unemployment, predatory lending, injustices of poverty. read more »

August 31, 2010

New ‘voice’ for justice

2,200 gather in Northern Virginia

5 United Methodist churches among over 40 Christian, Jewish and Muslim congregations that launch social and economic justice effort. read more »

by The Rev. Craig Muffley
on December 08, 2008

‘The Economic Crisis‘

Webcast Oct.30

To address how the current economic problems occurred and suggest steps to remedy them. read more »

October 26, 2008

Affordable Housing Documentary to Debut

NBC to Air "Building on Faith: Making Poverty Housing History"

United Methodist Bishop Melvin Talbert, Sen. John Edwards, former HUD Secretary Jack Kemp, and Habitat CEO Jonathon Reckford are featured in a new TV documentary presented by the National Council of Churches. read more »

September 28, 2006

Homelessness in America

Homelessness is growing throughout America. Recent statistics in New York City show a record number of homeless families seeking shelter. And that was before terrorist attacks on that city rendered thousands more homeless. The waiting list for women seeking shelter in Portland, Ore. runs as long as five weeks. read more »

by Chuck Currie
on June 30, 2005

Listen: A Poem

Homelessness is growing throughout America. Recent statistics in New York City show a record number of homeless families seeking shelter. And that was before terrorist attacks on that city rendered thousands more homeless. The waiting list for women seeking shelter in Portland, Ore. runs as long as five weeks. read more »

by David Harris
on June 30, 2005

War’s Tragic Legacy

A poem from Mozambique

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June 29, 2003