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A Mission to Care for Children

Amalia Toc, a Food for the Hungry (FH) team coordinator, and I visited a health and nutrition session with the mothers and children of the community of Chioya, Guatemala. At these classes, mothers learn about what to feed their children for optimum health and how to treat illnesses. While I was getting to know the […]

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Bible Education for Pastors

One of the ways Food for the Hungry (FH) helps the most vulnerable people in the world is by equipping church leaders to address the physical and spiritual needs in their own lives and in their communities. In Mozambique, FH started a church strengthening program in response to requests from local pastors for training on […]

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Jesus is the Great “I AM”

When Moses first encountered God and was told to go and lead God’s people out of slavery, he asked God what he should say if the people asked who sent him.  God replied, “This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.’” (Exodus 3:14). In John’s gospel, […]

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God in the Field

Love manifests in such mysterious ways. Many times, the way God works is difficult to comprehend, hard to grasp. This is exemplified in the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead in John 11: 3-4: So the sisters sent word to Him, saying, “Lord, behold, he whom You love is sick.” But when Jesus […]

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God of All Creation

We are living in interesting times. Recently, I watched a National Geographic program called “Live from Space.” The team that hosted the live show took us around the world from space via cameras (mounted on the space ship) and a satellite feed from a space station. It’s extremely fascinating to see things from more than […]

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My Sponsored Child Lives in a Sensitive Community?

You decide to sponsor a child with Food for the Hungry (FH)—so you go online to find a child or grab a sponsorship packet at an event. You receive your child sponsorship welcome kit in the mail and quickly scan the QR code (a bar you can scan with your phone) to find out more […]

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Blessings Multiplied

“In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way, we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how He himself said, “It is more blessed to give than receive.”  Acts 20:35 (ESV) We don’t have to go very far to discover God’s truth about giving […]

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Equality for Women is …

I have been given the freedom to use my voice.  It’s a unique freedom, when considering the rest of the world. As a woman, I use my voice to rally the cause of other women who don’t  have the right to speak up against injustice. While there is much to celebrate in the way of […]

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Loving the Poor

This past week I had an interesting discussion with a church leader about the mandate we have in the Bible from Jesus to reach out to the poor. At Food for the Hungry (FH), we go the hardest places and reach the poorest of the poor. To my surprise this church leader actually used the […]

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Gratitude Renews Hope

It’s almost the four-month anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. So much debris covers over the survivors’ towns, loved ones and hope. The typhoon hit on November 8, 2013, demolishing entire towns and displacing more than 1 million people. But as this woman’s story shows—a little gratitude can lead one to find the hope […]

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