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Race, Class, Gender, Faith & Nonprofit Funding Bias

This presentation examines funding biases of nonprofits across race, class, gender and faith. Research shows that while 52.4% of those in poverty in the USA are people of color, only 16.5% of nonprofits are led by people of color, and only 3% of foundation funding goes toward organizations that are led by people of color. Feel free to share this on your Blog or Website using the embed code link at the bottom right of the presentation. Post any comments or questions below after logging in.

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An Introduction to Systemic Theology

Executive Director Andrew Sears outlines a new branch of theology called "Systemic Theology", which provides a systems perspective on the world and God that prioritizes holistic ministry and justice.

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A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Poverty in America

Do you really understand the economic crisis in America?  This webcast by Andrew Sears, TechMission's Executive Director, provides a beginner's guide to understanding poverty in America and what can be done about it. Please forward this to friends who might want to learn about poverty and social justice.

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Facebook Apps Development, How Everyone Makes Money From Facebook Apps?

facebook But, what is considered too much? They're about to announce the lottery numbers. They need to accept your invite and once accepted you can start networking with them by sending messages, pictures, videos, etc. If you have long thread on some of your status, you can access to all comments and rejoice yourself by reading them. Some men are like mascara, they usually run at the first sign of emotion. Instead, you are asked to pay the price that is defined by the market, or other advertisers of similar category. The approach of transaction in any of the mentioned commercial schemes is usually similar.Read more

Jeremy Del Rio: An Embarassment of Riches - Economic Injustice and the Church: Tri-State Voice, November 2004

"Money is a singular thing ... equally important to those who have it and those who do not." - John K. Galbraith, Economist

Why did God destroy Sodom?

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Saint Martin de Porres

Saint Martín de Porres (December 9, 1579 – November 3, 1639) was a Dominican cooperator brother who was beatified in the year 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII.

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Why Me?

Life is unfair. Why can't I get what I want? If I only had... I need... Why me? Sound familiar? I think we all get that way from time to time. I catch myself saying it all the time. But, as much as I say it, do I realize what God has given me? Can I even begin to count my blessings?Read more

Radical Love in the Neighborhood

The time has come for us to show some radical love in our neighborhoods. There needs to be a call to action for us Christians to get out and start serving God's people. Dr. J. Howard Olds, former senior pastor of Brentwood United Methodist Church in Brentwood, TN, delivered an amazing sermon to kick us out of our seats and into the streets!

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