Without naming names, the prosperity gospel and the "health and wealth" community have some very clear figure heads at the front of that doctrine. However there is another side of the spectrum that needs to be considered which often goes unnoticed. It's none other than that of the poverty gospel. This argument as to whether Jesus promises to make us rich or if the most devout believer should live in ash and sackcloth, have left a chasm of opinion. Is there a problem with preachers in sneakers or is it a soul issue? Listen to Andy, Steve and Troy as they share their thoughts.