The alternative we've inherited from Scripture and from the early days of The Salvation Army compel our movement and our faith to be framed by what we stand for and, dare I say it, more importantly, who we stand with. What could this mean for where you're at? What could this mean for the people who you share a neighborhood with? What does it really mean to be in solidarity with the poor? Is that still how we think of ourselves? Is that what people actually see in us?