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Bangladeshi children in school

How to Fight Poverty Half a World Away

With this blog post I am happy to introduce Kevin Miller–a new member of the FH team.  Kevin serves as FH’s web marketing analyst and is one of those really helpful people who gets a lot of things about technology that most of us will never understand! In this blog post Kevin wrestles with engaging […]

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The only hope many have is the love of Jesus Christ

My guest blogger, Jason Wellnitz, is the author of the book, River Way Home, a fiction novel inspired by his time visiting a Food for the Hungry community in Mozambique. This is blog three out of a series of three blogs, Wellnitz talks about how his experiences on the field helped to inspire his book. I hope you […]

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Follow #FHBloggers to Bangladesh Next Week

FOLLOW THE #fhbloggers TRIP TO BANGLADESH JANUARY 24 – 31 We are excited to announce our 2nd annual FH Bloggers trip, and this year the bloggers are traveling to Bangladesh. This is a vision trip, much like last July’s Ethiopia blog trip (learn more). We are excited to take some of our favorite bloggers and […]

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Finding God in the Missouri River

I am consistently surprised by the things that come across my desk. As a writer in the marketing and communications department, I see a lot of different assignments come through, from stories from the field to interviews with Christian musicians about why they support Food for the Hungry. However, some of my favorite assignments have […]

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The first need of every child

When my co-workers found Mayra, she was 10 years old. She was living with her parents and her five younger siblings. If you were to visit Mayra’s home in the neighborhood of Horno Ckasa, Bolivia, you’d first notice the door. We don’t think much about doors where I live in suburban America. We take for […]

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Novelist inspired by Sunday school

Meet Jason Wellnitz…my guest blogger. He’s written a novel inspired by a trip to Mozambique with Food for the Hungry. Read about his experience and what he did in response to what he saw.   June 2011, Gorangosa, Mozambique. Our driver turned the white minibus off the main paved road and down onto a red, rutted […]

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Host a Justice Sunday

As I work in Church Engagement at Food for the Hungry, one of my great joys is to watch churches partner through child sponsorship. I love this way of engaging a church because it allows every individual and family in the church to get personally involved. A Unique Relationship Have you ever stopped to consider […]

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Middle Schoolers Give Hope for Christmas

I had the privilege of speaking to an amazing woman named Donna Nelson the other day. She’s helping children see beyond themselves. In the process, these children are experiencing the idea that happiness comes from contributing rather than receiving. They are seeing that great things can be accomplished when people pull together toward a common […]

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Update on Geoffrey

I have some incredible news! Remember Geoffrey? He was the young boy experiencing renal failure in Rwanda. His uncle sold everything he owns to pay for hospital bills, but it was simply not enough. They were being faced with the threat of being forced to leave the hospital, because they were so behind on their bills. Because […]

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Sharing burdens around the world

Just over two years ago I found myself facing every parent’s worst nightmare. My 15-month-old son suddenly began showing some very strange symptoms. He suddenly was not able to walk on one of his legs. After feeling it all over and realizing he did not seem to be in any type of pain I decided […]

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