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It is Better to Have Had a Roof and Sprung a Leak Than to Never Have Had a Roof At All

Obvious? Yes. Melodramatic? Maybe. True? Absolutely. How often do you give thanks for the roof above your head? Do you take for granted that it won’t leak when it rains? Living in Phoenix, Arizona, one might think that rain damage is one of the last things a homeowner needs to worry about. However, my experience […]

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A thank-you message from South Sudan

When Food for the Hungry staff in South Sudan announced Chol Long Luak’s name as recipient of life-saving seeds and farm tools, the first thing the 45-year-old mother of 11 said in Arabic was, “šukran gazīlan, FH!” (“Thank you very much, FH!”) Those heart-felt words resounded throughout Chol’s isolated community, Toch Payam, which FH staff […]

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I’ll be home for Christmas….or maybe not.

Christmas music is a huge part of my holiday experience. I have been singing in choirs since I was eight years old. I don’t have a solo voice, but I can hold my own in a chorus. Last night, I joined about fifty others and a small orchestra to perform the beloved holiday classic, Handel’s Messiah. Being surrounded […]

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