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Faith Q's presents: Why does poverty exist? And what can we do about it...

Throughout the evening, let us know what questions you have about poverty by submitting your questions via Twitter & Facebook with the #FaithQs hashtag. It may get chosen to be a part of the panelist discussion!

It’s often been said that the opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty.

Faith includes questions; it does not deny them.

Faith Q’s is a series where resident experts gather to share their expertise on the many questions we have about the faith.

Tonight, our faith question is: Why does poverty exist?

Our Panelists

Rev. Larry James
CEO, CitySquare

Dr. D. Steve Long
Cary M. Maguire University Professor of Ethics, SMU

Rev. Danielle Ayers
Minister of Justice, Friendship-West Baptist Church

Dr. Warren Carter
Professor of New Testament, Brite Divinity School, TCU

Rev. George Battle III
The ZipCode Connection Director of South Dallas

Next Steps

Take a Life Resource Class!
Generous Justice: How God’s Grace Makes Us Just
Wednesdays, April 19 - May 24, 6:30pm

Our society often assumes that the Bible is a hindrance to doing justice. Timothy Keller challenges these preconceived beliefs and presents the Bible as a source of justice and compassion. In Generous Justice, he explores life empowered by an experience of grace. This book offers a new understanding of modern justice and human rights. hpumc.org/life-resources

Volunteer at CitySquare

From its beginning as Central Dallas Food Pantry, CitySquare has grown to be one of the largest, most effective social services organizations in Texas, serving more than 50,000 unduplicated neighbors each year through 14 different initiatives. Consider being a part of one of them by visiting hpumc.org/citysquare

Attend a Poverty Simulation
Sunday, June 4th, 2017 at 9:30am in the Great Hall

Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families. But unless you’ve experienced poverty, it’s difficult to truly understand. Join us for a poverty simulation, hosted by CitySquare, intended to bridge that gap from misconception to understanding. A poverty simulation is an interactive immersion experience. It sensitizes community participants to the realities of poverty.