Showing posts with tag: Spirituality

Mothers in Poverty: “Yes” to Spirituality, “No Thanks” to Worship

Aletta is a 22 year old black/Latina mother of three young children (ages 5, 3, and 1).  She used to attend a Seventh Day Adventist Church twice a week.  Then she and her husband moved away to a long-term transitional housing shelter, and she stopped attending church. She still continues to pray with her children […]

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Can DIY Social Action Make a Difference?

  DIY means Do-It-Yourself.  We are in the midst of a DIY revolution.  It’s time to get directly involved to improve one’s life, or so say home improvement retailers like Home Depot or Lowe’s.  Sometimes it is simply more satisfying (and less expensive) to pick up the hammer and do it yourself. Young adults in […]

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