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Where the Hell are the Churches?

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People Before Politics 914

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Where are the supermarkets in the black community that’s own by black clergy? Why are they not like the Mormon Church? The Mormon owns what they call Bishop’s Storehouses is best described as a supermarket without the cash registers. The storehouse is purposely made to appear like a supermarket, so people going there feel like they are in a regular supermarket. The people who shop here are in need of food; for example, someone may be unemployed and have no money coming in to buy the basic necessities of life. In addition to food, storehouses carry jackets and jeans, towels and sheets. Also, in times of disaster such as Hurricane Katrina, larger Bishop's Storehouses known as Regional Bishop's Storehouses were opened to supply victims of Hurricane Katrina with food and other items. Why aren’t the black clergy supplying the black community like the Mormon supply their community. Where the Hell are the Black Churches?

We will continue to speak about the large coalition of African-American pastors are calling on blacks to boycott the president and sign a petition demanding that the administration withdraw support for gay marriage. How this would affect the chances of Obama being reelected and is this right thing to do?