From job fairs to seminars on credit counseling, many churches and religious institutions are not only caring for its congregation's spiritual life, but also taking an active role in its financial life, too.
In CNN's documentary "Almighty Debt: A Black in America Special," Soledad O'Brien explores how one church is helping its 7,000 parishioners survive the worst financial crisis for African-Americans since the Great Depression.
What do you think? Have you turned to the church or faith to help you through unemployment or homeownership struggles? Should churches play a role in helping its congregation through tough economic times? Share your comments below.