In 1972, Food for the Hungry began working in Bangladesh by distributing rice to the poor. Over the last 40 years, FH has partnered with Bangladeshi leaders and impoverished communities to create better living conditions. From January 27 – February 1, follow some of incredibly talented bloggers as they recount their experiences each day as they journey to FH communities in Bangladesh. Through words and pictures learn more about life in Bangladesh, FH’s work, and opportunities to get involved.
Jennie Allen (@JennieSAllen)
Jennie is passionate about inspiring a new generation of women to encounter the invisible God. She has written a book and two studies to engage women’s minds and hearts toward Christ. She is blessed to serve alongside her husband Zac, in ministry at Austin Stone Community Church, where Zac is a pastor. They have 4 kids, including a son recently adopted from Rwanda.
Lauren Dubinsky (@LaurenDubinsky)
Lauren lives in Hollywood with her husband Max where she does graphic design for television and film, writes, takes pictures, and runs the http://goodwomenproject.com/.
Max Dubinsky (@MaxDubinsky)
Max lives in Hollywood with his wife Lauren. He is a writer, has written two books, A Gentleman’s Guide to Surviving the 21st Century and We Can’t Go Home Again, and has been featured in Relevant, POTSC, The Good Women Project, A Deeper Story, and Aenonfire.
Joy Eggerichs (@JoyEggerichs)
Joy works for her parents’, Emerson and Sarah Eggerichs, marriage ministry, Love and Respect. She writes, speaks, and researches to understand and help serve the next generation of relationships: dating, newly married, single, and some newly divorced.
Claire Diaz-Ortiz (@Claire)
Claire Diaz-Ortiz leads social innovation at Twitter, Inc. Named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company, she is the author of Twitter for Good: Change the World, One Tweet at a Time, her second book. Claire manages Twitter’s philanthropic, social good, and cause marketing initiatives, including theTwitter for Nonprofits and Twitter Ads for Good programs.
FH Staff Bloggers
Lindsey Nobles (@LindseyNobles)
Lindsey, a native Texan, a habitual twitterer, sporadic blogger, and conference enthusiast, has recently joined the Food for the Hungry team as Director of Speakers and Strategic Partnerships. She is passionate about mobilizing others to go to the hard places and bring hope and help to the children.
Daniel White (@DanielCWhite)
Daniel is a triathlete, a connector, a dreamer, a blogger, a dad, a husband, a musician, an outdoorsman, a lover of life and people and an Artist Relations guy at Food for the Hungry.
More Information About FH Bloggers and How To Get Involved
Would you like to take a trip and see first hand the work of Food for the Hungry? Submit your blog for consideration for a future FH Bloggers trip.