Finally Churches Care for Widows - Social Security Pay Cut - 24%
Assuming there will be no Great Depression, the average social security check will be cut by 24% within about ten years. But how could a widow survive on $1150 a month? But there is good news here. With the end of social security, churches will be able return to their obligation to care for the widows, instead of turning them over to the state. This program is about Ultimate Prepping — how to prepare spiritually, economically, and ecclesiastically for Great Depression 2.0.
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