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Women healing from abuse

As the plane danced in the skies during the hour-long flight to Kalemie, an eastern city in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) – I thought about the abused women healing in this region. Then, I couldn’t help but wonder: “What went wrong in the Congo?” I first visited the massive central African country in […]

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Children: Give them freedom from poverty

America is celebrating the Fourth of July to remember the gift of freedom. I find myself thinking of ways to celebrate the freedoms I enjoy. And not just freedoms of speech or religion, but a life of without the oppression of poverty. A great way to celebrate our freedom is to teach our children about […]

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Child sponsorship blesses families in two countries

My family and I participate in the Food for the Hungry (FH) child sponsorship program by sponsoring a child in Mozambique. It gives us a good feeling to be sharing our financial blessings with others, but I’m finding it means more. I can teach my children about God’s heart for the poor with stories of […]

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Cradling choices: A first-time dad’s dilemma

Overwhelmed by preparing for his first child, FH blogger David Curtis contemplates what choices are important, and which choices are excessive.

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Breaking the cycle of poverty

I live in Phoenix. This time of the year, temperatures reach 110 degrees and above. It feels like an oppressive heat that won’t let up. So, this past weekend, I jumped in my car and took a drive out of town. Within two hours, I was in the mountains, feeling cool temperatures and breaking the […]

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Refugee hunger: A family’s story of survival.

Hunger is a very real fear in life. For those who are used to a middle-class lifestyle to be thrown into a refugee’s existence—it’s a nightmare. For Yussef Hawas, that nightmare became reality as his family fled the bombings and violence in Syria to go to Lebanon. On their tenth day in Lebanon, Yussef Hawas’* […]

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Got cows? Get milk, biogas and a lot more.

This story is brought to you by the hard-working people of Bufukhula, Uganda. With a special thanks going to their creativity and their cows. Bufukhula has graduated from Food for the Hungry (FH) programs after years of partnership with child sponsors and donors from FH/Canada. Graduation means the community has proven it can raise healthy […]

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Everyone bow your heads

Today’s lesson: Praying for the most vulnerable Verse of the day: Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours (Mark 11:24, ESV). This week, we’ve learned a lot about helping people both within our communities and around the world. Now, we understand that poverty […]

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But God…?

Today’s lesson: But God …? Materials needed for today’s lesson: Plant seeds (any flower or vegetable plant) or bulbs Pots Potting soil Verse of the day: There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish, but what are they for so many? (John 6:9, ESV) In the Bible’s story of the loaves […]

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Clean water is life

Today’s lesson: Clean water is life Verse of the day: Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, “Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water” (John 7:38 ESV). Did you know that the human body is made up of about 60 percent water? Clean water is one of the most important things […]

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