Being led by our faith MFV is committed to transforming the lives of ordinary individuals and families  who have been historically impacted due to racism and injustice by equipping them to challenge the systems that create those conditions and inviting community stakeholders to co-create a moral vision for Missouri and engage in the prophetic action necessary to make it a reality.


Is a multi-faith, multi racial, statewide, non partisan organization that is committed to empowering and transforming the lives of ordinary citizens who have been targeted by unfair policies and practices and oppressed by racial and economic injustice.  We create the hope, produce the power and equip those who are impacted with the knowledge and political will needed to create a just society for all Missourians.


To build a better Missouri by amplifying prophetic voices and building statewide grassroots power by uniting, training and equipping individuals and families impacted by injustice and faith leaders through the use of congregation based teams and organizing for multi issue work that ensures all of the Creator’s children are able to thrive in healthy environments.

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January 15, 2020

Gun Violence

NAACP, faith and other groups ask police union to fire its controversial business manager

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis NAACP, faith groups and civil justice groups on Thursday called for the firing of the controversial…

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January 13, 2020

Economic Dignity

House Financial Services Committee to hold Sept. 26 hearing on abusive debt collection practices

The House Financial Services Committee will hold a hearing entitled “Examining Legislation to Protect Consumers and Small Business Owners from Abusive Debt Collection Practices,” on…

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Economic Dignity

Debt Collection Legislative Agenda Announced for House Financial Services Committee Hearing

Ten legislative proposals are on the docket for discussion Thursday during a House Financial Services Committee hearing where ACA member John Bedard,…

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