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Poverty and Privilege: The Untold Story

By July 27, 2018 One Comment

In this episode, Ariel dives into the issue of poverty and privilege with Michelle Packer, Certified Financial Planner, CFP®.

Michelle is a Christian financial planner who helps to educate and train individuals and families on financial principles. She has a degree from the University of Georgia and has earned her CFP® certification. She is happily married to her husband, Marcus, a Navy Chief, who has served for over 20 years. Michelle loves applying Biblical truth to real-life situations and finds ways to challenge even the most mature believer.

In the first half of the episode, both ladies share their backgrounds and experiences with poverty and the challenges involved in now having certain degrees of privilege. In the second half of the episode, they dissect Coleman Hughes recent article on Quillete Magazine titled, Black American Culture and the Racial Wealth Gap.

Prepare to have a paradigm shift after listening to this episode. These ladies not only bring truth and challenge but encouragement as well.

Enjoy!

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  • thanks for saying its not all the pink mans fault that evil exists in the world cos there are some elements of society that truly believe this. we can all help to build a better world with Christs help. budgeting Is essential to build a sustainable future. yes sometimes us men are lazy but God helps us b more like the ant less like the sluggard 🙂

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