Unity is the secret to ending poverty.
Church isn’t just an organization for Christians to gather, to worship, among themselves. Church should mainly be for the lost souls who don’t know God, especially for those who are searching, and trying to fill a void that is not refillable unless it’s filled with God’s love, anointing, and his mercy. Many young people refuse to go to church because they are not welcome with open arms. A lot of times they are judge and ridicule by the pastor, or by a member in the church, so they resent going back.
Church is a place for everybody to come and worship no matter who you are, and what you wear, or what you do. Jesus judges your heart and not your outer appearance (1 Samuel 16:7). Come one, come all and learn the word of God, and his goodness, and know that he loves you regardless of your past sins.
If every church in each county of every state joins together in rebuilding their run down communities, soup kitchens, and homeless shelters within their counties, this will help win the war on poverty in America. It’s the church job to feed the hungry, to house the homeless, to pray for those who are sick, and to preach to those who don’t know God. Together, men, women, your community, the churches, along with the state and government can win this war on poverty, if all of us pull together as one. Poverty will soon end by rebuilding one community at a time.