You may have read it here firstFeeding those who are homeless should not be a crime and religious leaders are right to fight it, says the Rev. Chuck Currie, a homeless advocate for more than 20 years.
"Feeding hungry people is a crime ...," he writes. "Can you imagine the path we've had to walk down as a society to get to this point?"
You may have read it here first, but Rev. Currie saw the story about a group of Orlando's religious leaders taking a stand to stop the criminalization of taking care of the homeless at Beliefnet.