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Tropical Storm Isaac threatens Haiti and Dominican Republic

As Tropical Storm Isaac threatens to cause destruction in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Food for the Hungry is working in 29 communities in Haiti and 29 communities in the DR to help prepare people for possible hurricane winds (often 75 mph) and heavy rains causing floods and mudslides. In Haiti, more than 400,000 people […]

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Biblical Worldview: Both a Foundation and an Umbrella

 “And through him God reconciled everything to himself. He made peace with everything in heaven and on earth by means of Christ’s blood on the cross.” – Colossians 1:20 (NIV) “Why is there a dead chicken hanging in that tree?” I inquired while bumping down a dirt road in the Dominican Republic to visit Food for the […]

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Four causes of violence against women in the Dominican Republic

“Never before have I seen a woman that’s eight months pregnant killed by her husband, and then he shoots himself,” says Dr. Martha Butler de Lister, the FH country director for the Dominican Republic (D.R.). Martha grew up in the D.R., and she has noticed a rising trend in violence — violence against women in […]

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Cornerstone Community C2C Update – Pictures from the Team

Cornerstone Community church visited their partner community and played with children, rebuilt buildings, and worked in the local community. This photo album shows the trip.

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