The U.S. is by far the most generous nation on earth - especially towards developing nations. But who is leading the way? It’s not foreign aid from the U.S. government, but increasingly generous contributions from religious congregations around the U.S. So how much are churchgoing Americans giving to developing nations? What exactly is that money going towards? How is it being delivered? And how does the U.S. stack up in comparison with other industrialized nations? We ask Carol Adelman, director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Prosperity. The center just published its latest ‘Index of Global Philanthropy’.