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Loving like God intended

Often people visit Guatemala and focus on the things that they don’t have.  Closets full of clothes. Hot showers and warm beds. An abundance of choices when it comes to what they are going to eat and drink. But I can’t stop thinking about what they do have.  These people have love. The way the […]

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Beautiful hearts

Blog post by FH blogger Michelle Sarabia This is the fourth time I have typed and deleted. The words I want to write are so many, yet there seems to be this rule that we ought not to write it all down but only in bits and pieces.  But how do you keep things to […]

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Journey to Guatemala: A chance encounter

Blog post by FH blogger Sarah Matheny A few months ago, I read the story of a woman who, by some stroke of luck (or perhaps even the hand of God) had held onto a photograph of herself in Disneyland as a child, which miraculously, in a stroller in the background, pictured her husband.  Two […]

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“This wasn’t where we thought we’d be”

Post by FH blogger Allison Vesterfelt I’m struck by how similar I am to people who appear totally different from me; those who’s lifestyles seem foreign and locations seem far away. {In case you missed it, this week I’m in Guatemala with a group of bloggers and an organization I love called, Food for the […]

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El Quetzal Savings Group

There are a lot of things I love about FH. Our team. Our leadership. Our fields. Our programs. Our philosophy of sustainability and innovation in all things. But one of my very favorite things at FH is learning about and from our savings groups.  {You might remember in January when I met the Rose Savings […]

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The full-circle work of FH

Blog post by FH blogger Darrell Vesterfelt Hey guys. In case you didn’t already know, Ally and I are in Guatemala this week traveling with a group of bloggers and Food for the Hungry. It’s an opportunity for each of us to  meet the child we sponsor through FH, and also see the transformative work […]

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Dieuseul Petit shows one of his chili peppers

Pick a pepper…and send all your children to school

A struggling Haitian farmer looks out over his field, withered by yet another year of drought. There will just barely be enough beans for the family to eat – and nothing left to sell. The father sighs, his heart heavy, because of the decision he has to make:  He can’t send all of his children […]

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#FHBloggers Guatemala Day 1 – A courageous people

Blog post by FH blogger Michelle Sarabia The team has arrived in Guatemala. What a beautiful country.  The terrain is absolutely breathtaking and the people here are beautiful. Today is our first day of being on the ground in a community that Food for the Hungry supports.  I’m eager, to say the least, to see […]

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Irregular tortillas, Dora the Explorer + mountaintop treasures

Blog post by FH blogger Raechel Myers Today was among the longest, most fascinating, exhausting and surprising days of my life. I knew to expect this, but wow, living it is something I will never forget. We spent the day in a village called Seoguis (say-OH-geese) and saw a lot of neat, first-hand progress being […]

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Back to School in Uganda

What does “back to school” look like in Burundi?

It’s that time of year again! The ads on television announce blue light specials for notebooks, pens and backpacks. Kids rouse from their late summer slumber to the terrifying prospect of book reports not yet started and essays not yet conceived. Moms and dads rush around in double time picking up last minute items that will […]

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