I feel like I have to defend my people, Christians. There's too many posers out there. When somebody has a need and they go to a website that offers prayer, and what they find is a whole lot of places to click on in order to "give" or "donate" or "pledge," it can be discouraging. A true Christian is one who serves others. Not one who asks for others to serve them. Jesus never posted a sign on his door that read, "Donate here." In actuality, the Bible tells us that Jesus had no place to lay His head. But if he did, that sign wouldn't be there. He came to each person with one question, "What wilt thou that I should do for you?" It's appalling to me to go to a website of a national television program, Christian based, and find 10 different places you can click on to find what you need and the only one highlighted in bright red is "give to..." It shouldn't be there at all. God promises to supply our needs. We don't have to beg it from others. What the needy soul should see is headings that ask, "what wilt thou that we can do for you?" People, know this...a true Christian doesn't focus their abilities on how they can get something out of others. A true Christian already knows that God's supplying every need. He is our source. So, let me apologize to the needy souls of the world that have been discouraged by the behaviors of those pretending to know Jesus. Don't give up, we're out here in the world ready to show love. Jesus is ready to work through us.