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Coffee Project Provides Fair-Wage Jobs

When you sip on your morning cup of coffee, how often do you think about where that coffee came from? Perhaps it briefly crossed your mind before, but have you really considered the stories behind the coffee bean farmers and the places they live? Food for the Hungry (FH) partner, Grace Community Church of Frederick, Md., […]

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Grieving the seamstresses we never knew

Earlier this week, the Her.meneutics blog at Christianity Today invited me to write about shopping. The conversation came out of a terrible tragedy that occurred last week in Bangladesh. An eight-story garment factory building crumbled, killing at least 300 workers and injuring over 1,000 more. On Wednesday afternoon, my friend Eileen called to tell me […]

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