J. Mark Bowers


J. Mark Bowers writes and trains for the Chalmers Center, a church equipping organization focused on breaking the spiritual, social, and material bonds of poverty. Having lived and journeyed extensively in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, he is also the creator of Profit & Pilgrimage, a movement of people who travel and invest with compassion. When the screens are powered down, Mark builds relationships and runs a housing business for immigrant families in East Lake—an under-resourced neighborhood where his own family lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA.

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How to Love Your Immigrant Neighbors Through Housing

Maybe you’re worn out by it, too.  All the rhetoric in the news about immigration. …

3 Ways You Can Love Your Immigrant Neighbors

In a season where the government’s openness to outsiders has shifted, many people of faith…

Buying Secondhand Stuff Will Change How You See the World

Your frugal friend drives a hand-me-down Honda, quietly filling his investment account with low-cost index…