Ministering to the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’

Dr. David Gandolfo

Many organizations serve those who have limited resources, people often called the have-nots. But communities also need services—ministries—for the haves. These types of programs are rare but are equally necessary to a community’s strength, economic health, and quality of life. Furman philosophy professor David Gandolfo, along with co-author Beth Templeton, explains why in an op-ed for The Greenville News.

Read the op-ed