Why Should Christians Care for the Poor? An Interview with Fire Missionary Tag Saunders

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5 Comments
  1. We should give thanks to the Lord for what Tag saunders is doing and all the others who does Gods work.God Bless Them.

  2. What a touching story of this ministry ~ Tag has the right idea alright ~ may he continue to be BLESSED and be a BLESSING to these children and their families…!

  3. These folks shouldn’t be having children they simply can’t afford to feed. I was listening to MJ the other day – there is wisdom even in pop songs – and he says it better than i could ever:

    If you can’t feed your baby (yeah, yeah)
    Then don’t have a baby (yeah, yeah)
    And don’t think maybe (yeah, yeah)
    If you can’t feed your baby (yeah, yeah)
    You’ll be always tryin’
    To stop that child from cryin’
    Hustlin’, stealin’, lyin’
    Now baby’s slowly dyin’

  4. Ben,

    Are you actually serious with your comment? If so, do you profess to be a Christian?

    Do you propose, then, that the government imposes regulations on who can have children, based on their income?

    And what about those who have children and then experience unexpected economic hardship?

    Also, should married couples in impoverished parts of the world — certainly with no means of contraception, even if they believed in using it — simply not be together sexually if they can’t afford to have children?

    I could ask a bunch more questions, but this is a good place to start.

  5. I agree. A lot of poor families follow the ways of God in pure love. It’s what matters in this transient life.

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