(RNS) Anyra Cano Valencia ended up being possessing food together with her partner, Carlos, in addition to their families any time an urgent bump emerged at their door.
The Valencias, pastors at Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo in Fort well worth, Texas, opened the door to an eager, bogged down congregant.
The woman along with her kids experienced obtained $300 from an income stock specializing in temporary, high-interest debts. Unable to pay fast, that they had rolled throughout the balance whilst bank put in costs and fees. The woman likewise got credit on headings around the group vehicle and lent from other brief financial institutions. As soon as she pertained to the Valencias for help, the debt have ballooned to over $10,000. The vehicle ended up being scheduled for repossessed, and also the wife along with her personal happened to be in danger of getting rid of their house.
The Valencias and their chapel could assist the relatives save the automobile and recover, nevertheless experience alerted the pastoral pair to an increasing difficulties: lower-income Us citizens noticed in a continuous mortgage action. Continue reading