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Faith at Work: Economic Flourishing, Freedom to Create and Innovate

Faith at Work: Economic Flourishing, Freedom to Create and Innovate is a Special Report prepared by The Washington Times Advocacy Department and Institute for Faith, Work & Economics.

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Ismael Hernandez, 56, is shown in portrait Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016 at the church he attends, St. Raphael Catholic Church in Lehigh Acres, Fla. Hernandez is the Executive Director of the Freedom & Virtue Institute, a faith-based nonprofit, working with churches and schools, aimed at teaching those in need to become self-sufficient. "I didn't like what I was seeing  people standing in line getting free stuff. That's not the way you feed the poor," Hernandez said. "You may get stuff today but your children will still be in need. There is a better way in getting out of poverty." (Corey Perrine/For World Magazine)

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