Socialism Kills More Babies than War
Chelsea Follett, FEE
Recent reports that infants now die at a higher rate in Venezuela than in war-torn Syria were, sadly, unsurprising – the results of socialist economics are predictable. Venezuela’s infant mortality rate has actually been above Syria’s since 2008.
The Millions of Americans Without Bank Accounts
Gillian B. White, The Atlantic
Even as more people gain access to basic financial services, a large segment of the population is still financially invisible.
Pope says contributions are great, but charity needs personal touch
Junno Arocho Esteves, Crux
Coming face to face with the poor may pose a challenge and tempt people to turn the other way and give in to “the habit of fleeing from needy people and not approach them, or disguise a bit the reality of the needy,” the pope said Oct. 19 during his Wednesday general audience in St. Peter’s Square.
Three Key Passages Concerning Stewardship in the Bible
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
We were created to be stewards of God’s creation through our work. There are many passages concerning stewardship in the Bible that tell us this, but the following three are important because they give us a biblical framework for stewardship in our lives.