Whatever You Did for One of the Least of These, You Did for Me

CSA’s Nikki Toyama-Szeto joins twenty Christian leaders in a reading of Matthew 25, a powerful scripture that speaks to God’s concern for the most vulnerable. Watch the two-minute video below, as we dig deeper into God’s word to explore more of what it means for us as a church to share in God’s concern for refugees and immigrants.

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The idea that it is the will of God for us to be healthy, wealthy, and successful is at the heart of the prosperity gospel. Preachers of this gospel lay out what needs to be done—how much money needs to be given, what we need to “name and claim” for ourselves—so that our lives reflect this supposed will of God.