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Our Five Favorite International Literature Picks

First off, let’s be honest. Asking friends at Food for the Hungry (FH) to pick just five international literature favorites is impossible. I ended up with a list of 30… Read More

  Featured
A Full Circle Journey: Introducing Mark Viso

Thirty years ago, a young man named Mark Viso joined Food for the Hungry (FH) as a volunteer in famine-ravaged Ethiopia. He saw the crisis there and knew… Read More

  Featured
Your Giving Heart Gave Austomi a New Heart

Matters of the heart are no simple matter. In fact, God’s Word has all kinds of wisdom about our hearts. Our hearts store our hopes, our desires, our emotions–and power… Read More

  Featured
Behind the Scenes: Bolivia's Dry Land Blooms

For generations, Don Vidal’s family struggled for survival. Bolivia’s dry land only allowed Don Vidal to sow and harvest once a year, depending purely on rainwater. Read More

  Featured
Buried Under a Landslide, Hope Springs Forth in Nicaragua

Arling is a farmer in Nicaragua living in Teocintal, a community where many farmers like him produce no more than 20 quintals of beans. At 20… Read More

  Featured
Diane Experiences Hope After Sickness

“I used to cry a lot and could see my mother crying, too. I was very scared.” 12-year old Diane used to suffer from stomach aches with intense nausea and… Read More

  Featured
IDELA: 3 Case Studies Measuring Early Childhood Learning

Communities cannot rise out of poverty if their children do not thrive. That’s why early learning education and development programs that set a strong foundation for a child’s capacity to… Read More

  Church
God's Story: How to Persevere When Life is Hard

This post is the fourteenth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the… Read More

  Featured
How God Showed Up for a Bolivian Family in the Form of a Letter

When Marcella began sponsoring a child in Toro Toro, Bolivia, she was thrilled at the prospect of being able to cultivate a relationship with him… Read More

  Featured
Farming Families in Burundi Experience A Story of Hope

Meet Anitha. She is a 12-year-old girl in Burundi, a tiny, landlocked country right underneath Rwanda where… Read More

  Featured
Tigist Finds a Future in Clean Water

Fetch water or eat breakfast? Use the water to bathe or wash clothes? These were the decisions Tigist and her children had to make on a daily basis because their… Read More

  Featured
Our 11 Most Popular Blogs of 2019

In 2019, a lot happened. We celebrated with communities that pronounced their graduation from poverty. We looked on, teary-eyed, as children met their sponsors and other children… Read More

  Church
God's Story: The Church is the Fullness of Christ

This post is the thirteenth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the… Read More

  Featured
Cambodia Grocery Co-op Creates Hope for Disabled

Not far from the magnificent Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia, the world’s largest religious monument in the world, there is an area where landmines of a dark past remain hidden… Read More

  Featured
7 New Year's Resolutions to Help End Poverty

Setting New Year’s resolutions is a great tradition that helps spark positive change as we head into the new year. As many know, sometimes just one resolution can… Read More

Written by Beth Allen
Our Five Favorite International Literature Picks

First off, let’s be honest. Asking friends at Food for the Hungry (FH) to pick just five international literature favorites is impossible. I ended up with a list of 30 fiction and non-fiction choices (stay tuned for Part II). These books were our best friends on long plane rides. They… Read More

  Resources

A Full Circle Journey: Introducing Mark Viso

Written by Larry Jones

Thirty years ago, a young man named Mark Viso joined Food for the Hungry (FH) as a volunteer in famine-ravaged Ethiopia. He saw the crisis there and knew he had to do something. That something, serving the people of Ethiopia, changed Mark’s heart. He… Read More

  Featured

Your Giving Heart Gave Austomi a New Heart

Written by Alice Zhang

Matters of the heart are no simple matter. In fact, God’s Word has all kinds of wisdom about our hearts. Our hearts store our hopes, our desires, our emotions–and power the rest of our body with blood. The Bible says that out of our hearts flow the wellspring of life. Read More

  Featured
Written by Beth Allen
Behind the Scenes: Bolivia's Dry Land Blooms

For generations, Don Vidal’s family struggled for survival. Bolivia’s dry land only allowed Don Vidal to sow and harvest once a year, depending purely on rainwater. A river flows through the bottom of their valley, but it was nearly impossible to bring water to the fields… Read More

  Featured

Buried Under a Landslide, Hope Springs Forth in Nicaragua

Written by Ariel Morales

Arling is a farmer in Nicaragua living in Teocintal, a community where many farmers like him produce no more than 20 quintals of beans. At 20 quintals, or approximately 2,000 pounds of beans and corn, Arling made just enough to survive and pay rent on the… Read More

  Featured

Diane Experiences Hope After Sickness

Written by Jess Bell

“I used to cry a lot and could see my mother crying, too. I was very scared.” 12-year old Diane used to suffer from stomach aches with intense nausea and diarrhea. She was always tired. She couldn’t play with her friends or help with any of the housework like fetching… Read More

  Featured
Written by Jana Torrico
IDELA: 3 Case Studies Measuring Early Childhood Learning

Communities cannot rise out of poverty if their children do not thrive. That’s why early learning education and development programs that set a strong foundation for a child’s capacity to learn throughout life are critical to later success. It spans across cognitive, social-emotional and language domains. It’s why the UN… Read More

  Featured

God's Story: How to Persevere When Life is Hard

Written by Wendy McMahan

This post is the fourteenth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post. “I hear it a lot from my family members. They say, ‘Why are you helping… Read More

  Church

How God Showed Up for a Bolivian Family in the Form of a Letter

Written by Esther Martinez

When Marcella began sponsoring a child in Toro Toro, Bolivia, she was thrilled at the prospect of being able to cultivate a relationship with him through letter writing. She excitedly began writing regularly to 6-year-old Raul. Little did she know the powerful impact her words… Read More

  Featured
Written by Carrie Woodward
Farming Families in Burundi Experience A Story of Hope

Meet Anitha. She is a 12-year-old girl in Burundi, a tiny, landlocked country right underneath Rwanda where 65% of the population uses water that isn’t safe for drinking. Like so many other… Read More

  Featured

Tigist Finds a Future in Clean Water

Written by Brooke Wente

Fetch water or eat breakfast? Use the water to bathe or wash clothes? These were the decisions Tigist and her children had to make on a daily basis because their community lacked clean water. The Past Before Clean Water Tigist and her four children live in a small… Read More

  Featured

Our 11 Most Popular Blogs of 2019

Written by Alice Zhang

In 2019, a lot happened. We celebrated with communities that pronounced their graduation from poverty. We looked on, teary-eyed, as children met their sponsors and other children were sponsored after waiting for months. We prayed for the work that God is still doing in bringing… Read More

  Featured
Written by Wendy McMahan
God's Story: The Church is the Fullness of Christ

This post is the thirteenth in a series on God’s Story, the Foundation for FH’s Work in Relief and Development. Follow the series, starting with the first post.   What does it look like for the Body of Christ to serve the local… Read More

  Church

Cambodia Grocery Co-op Creates Hope for Disabled

Written by Alice Zhang

Not far from the magnificent Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia, the world’s largest religious monument in the world, there is an area where landmines of a dark past remain hidden underground. Located along the northwest border with Thailand, this corner of the country surrounded by rice paddies and forest-covered mountains… Read More

  Featured

7 New Year's Resolutions to Help End Poverty

Written by Esther Martinez

Setting New Year’s resolutions is a great tradition that helps spark positive change as we head into the new year. As many know, sometimes just one resolution can significantly impact your life. We think this impact can go even further. As we approach a new year… Read More

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