My message is two fold, and you’ve only seen half of it.
One of the main reasons I fight so hard against organized religion is because of the enormous amount of wasted resources that are poured into churches every week, when there are real people out there needing our help.
I understand that some churches help the homeless and less fortunate from time to time with a ‘percentage’ of the money they receive, but I’m challenging you to take one solid month off from tithing, and put that money directly into the National Coalition for the Homeless. They accept donations as low as $10 right on their website.
To put it into perspective, if every person that read my blog over the weekend, made the minimum donation instead of dropping money into an offering plate, we could have collected nearly $2,000 for the homeless in just 3 days.
If you don’t tithe – visit the other link below, and see how else you can get involved by volunteering your time.
I am not just spreading a message of anti-religion. The other side of that coin is pro-human. We can reach out and help those that need it, even if we don’t agree with the life style they have lived to end up where they are. And we can certainly do that without judging them by religious guidelines. They are human, and so are we.