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The cross . . . fuel for the long haul (Part 1)

Fuel.  It is one of the most important components of life. It provided the former Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez with the resources to fund his governmental agenda.  It is at the center of the political debate of whether to construct a pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.  Fuel shortages have provoked global conflicts.  […]

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Important to do … but not now

  Me to my girls:  “When was the last time you wrote Macua (our sponsored child) a letter?” Silence. Me to my girls: “How about you make a card for Macua sometime today. Getting a card from you would really make her day, you know.” My reluctant writers Why is it that my two girls rarely […]

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A woman fetches water in Africa

Water is scarce…but information is aplenty

World Water Day is quickly approaching and with it, countless stories, facts, statistics, photos, videos, slideshows and clean water campaigns. Each time the world celebrates and recognizes something, whether it’s education, health, gender-based injustice, etc., I like to scour the web to find out more information. Usually my first stop is the official World Day […]

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Ethiopian boy who is living with HIV

A cure for HIV? Let’s celebrate and be faithful

The first time I vividly remember sitting with a child who was infected with HIV was in northern Ethiopia. The boy, who was about eight years old, had a glazed look in his eyes. He sat practically motionless while I visited with his mother and grandmother. The father had passed away. Siblings were also present […]

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Providing a blessing of hope and joy

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.  (Romans 15:13) The word joy jumps out at me in Romans 15:13. The concept of being filled with joy (and peace) is amazing. How often do we […]

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Follow the Twitter Hashtag #fhbloggers and Chat With the Bloggers LIVE in Bangladesh

As you may already know, FH is hosting our 2nd annual blog trip with some of some of our favorite bloggers and the incredibly talented humanitarian photographer Esther Havens. (Learn more about this trip here: fhbloggers.org/bangladesh) Not only will they be writing in real-time before, during, and after the trip, but they’ll also be hosting […]

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Bangladeshi children in school

How to Fight Poverty Half a World Away

With this blog post I am happy to introduce Kevin Miller–a new member of the FH team.  Kevin serves as FH’s web marketing analyst and is one of those really helpful people who gets a lot of things about technology that most of us will never understand! In this blog post Kevin wrestles with engaging […]

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Finding our fathers again

Here is part two of  series of three from my guest blogger, Jason Wellnitz, author of the book, “River Way Home.” His book was inspired by a trip to a Food for the Hungry community in Mozambique. In today’s blog, he talks about how his book was inspired from a profound question and also gives an […]

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Photo of Melissa Peterson holding her children's book

Finding God in the Missouri River

I am consistently surprised by the things that come across my desk. As a writer in the marketing and communications department, I see a lot of different assignments come through, from stories from the field to interviews with Christian musicians about why they support Food for the Hungry. However, some of my favorite assignments have […]

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Bird and Twigs wreath

Getting up your resolve?…it’s a new year already

For many of us the beginning of a new year brings questions of how we want to live. We reflect on the past year – our successes and failures – and maybe we feel like we can learn from the past, “get over” hang ups and start anew. We know the challenges of our world […]

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