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Written by Wendy McMahan
What is the Meaning of "the Ends of the Earth?"

Have you ever felt as if you were at “the ends of the earth?” Maybe you were physically far away from anything familiar to you. Or perhaps you felt terribly distant–spiritually or emotionally–from God and others.  Where can we turn when we feel isolated?… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

How Your FH Gift Catalog Purchases Matter

Written by Angelica Leal

Each year, we create the Food for the Hungry Gift Catalog. But this is not your typical catalog! These gifts allow individuals and families living in some of the most challenging places in the world work toward a better life. Last year, many… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Why Your Disaster Donation Matters So Much

Written by Beth Allen

When hurricanes, earthquakes, or wars strike, your disaster donation has amazing power to change lives. You may not realize just how powerful even a small donation can be. When back-to-back Hurricanes Eta and Iota hit Nicaragua in November 2020, wind and floods… Read More

  World Poverty
Written by Wendy McMahan
What is the Meaning of “Act Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with Your God?”

Walk the halls of any Food for the Hungry (FH) office around the world, and it won’t be long before you find the words of Micah 6:8. “Act justly. Love mercy. Walk humbly.” They might show up on a piece of artwork on the wall, a T-shirt worn… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together

Three Forgotten Disasters Needing Your Prayers

Written by Beth Allen

In this day with easy access to 24-hours-news channels, how is it possible that there are forgotten disasters? Whether you get your news from television, social media, or websites, it’s been curated. Someone else has made decisions about what’s important. And unless you make a special effort, you’ll see a… Read More

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What People in FH Programs Are Grateful For

Written by Angelica Leal

We’re rapidly approaching the Thanksgiving season of gratefulness, and despite how hard 2020 has been, there’s much to be grateful for. The people Food for the Hungry (FH) serves worldwide frequently share what they’re grateful for as well, so we are bringing you some of their stories here. Simbo… Read More

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Written by Elizabeth Van Zyl
The World Food Programme: A Timely Nobel Award

As a longstanding friend and partner, Food for the Hungry (FH) commends the United Nations’ World Food Programme (WFP) on their prestigious and distinctive 2020 Nobel Peace Prize award.  On October 9, 2020, the Nobel Committee recognized the WFP for their leadership in… Read More

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What is the Meaning of "Wealth Attracts Many Friends"?

Written by Wendy McMahan

Is it true that wealth attracts many friends? Do the rich easily accumulate friends, and the poor have none?  When you think about the qualities of a true friend, you probably think of loyalty, kindness and trustworthiness. Empathy probably also makes the list, and we all… Read More

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3 Ways FH Builds Community Resilience and Disaster Preparedness

Written by Carrie Woodward

It’s 7 p.m. when an evening newscaster announces that a storm is brewing. It’s a big one. The weather updates say that it’s due to make landfall within 48 hours. When it does, the impact is devastating. While houses are destroyed and cities sit underwater, people flee their… Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Wendy McMahan
What Is the Meaning of "There Will Be No Poor Among You"?

Can you imagine a world where no one is poor? If there was no physical poverty, and no children suffered from stunted growth due to hunger. People would not beg on street corners, soup kitchens would cease to exist, and no nation would be labeled as a “impoverished”… Read More

  Faith

Sowing Seeds of Hope: A Widow’s Road to Recovery

Written by Esther Martinez

Sowing seeds and harvesting crops was a way of life for Rosita and her family in Mozambique. As a widow and mother of 8 children and 2 granddaughters, farming was key to their very survival. With many mouths to feed, Rosita, 45, worked hard to provide for her… Read More

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Three Creative Ways to Change the World in 24 Hours

Written by Esther Martinez

Do you have a desire to change the world and help those in need, but don’t know where to start? You’re not alone. With more and more problems facing us every day, “changing the world” can feel like a big, nearly insurmountable task. It doesn’t have to be. Read More

  Ending Poverty Together
Written by Luis Noda
Why A Christian Approach to Poverty Matters

Long-term FH staff member Luis Noda. Luis has always championed a Christian approach to poverty alleviation. A Christian Approach to Poverty I have worked in international relief and development for more than 27 years, beginning when I finished college in my home country of Bolivia. Read More

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New Beginnings: Supporting Venezuelan Refugees in Lima

Written by Alice Zhang

In 2016, I was zipping across Lima, Peru in brightly-colored mototaxis, visiting various savings groups as part of a microfinance project I was serving with. Under the same gray skies, thousands of Venezuelan refugees were seeking new beginnings in their new home country. Soon, there was a visible difference. They… Read More

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Schooling at Home: 3 Factors That Encourage Internal Motivation

Written by Lisa Easterbrooks

During COVID-19, I’ve been struggling with motivation with my transition to working from home. My eight-year-old daughter has also struggled with completing school work at home. It’s been a stressful time for parents and children whose routines have been turned upside down. It has made me think a… Read More

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