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The Blog

  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

  Featured
The One and Only Gift This Christmas

Arguments broke out at our house every Christmas when I was growing up. It was always around one topic. The annual argument formed around a particular family tradition,… Read More

  Devotions
Reflecting On 2019: Ways to Pray for the World

Prayer is one of the most powerful tools that the Holy Spirit enables us to lift up our desires, needs, and petitions to the Lord. It’s the way we learn… Read More

  Featured
What Kind of Waiting is Advent Waiting?

There’s more than one kind of waiting in this world. And one of my favorites is what I’ll call advent waiting. There’s the kind of irksome waiting that feels like… Read More

  Featured
Last-Minute Gifts That Change the World

Are you anything like me and still haven’t finished your Christmas shopping? Whatever gift you are on the hunt for, below we’re sharing our top ideas for meaningful… Read More

  Featured
Ending Poverty Together: Investing in the Future

When you begin walking alongside an organization like Food for the Hungry (FH), whether it’s by becoming a donor, a volunteer, a staff member, or a child sponsor —… Read More

  Featured
Giving Tuesday Recap: Blessing Children with Bibles

At Food for the Hungry, Giving Tuesday signifies a time to pray, share, and donate to help end all forms of poverty — physical and spiritual. This year,… Read More

  Featured
Top Picks from FH’s Gift Catalog This Year

I start my Christmas wish list in July.  Why? Because that’s when I start working with Food for the Hungry’s (FH) staff around the world to… Read More

Written by Wendy McMahan
God's Story: Learn to Serve Like Jesus

This post is the twelfth 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. When Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique earlier this year, Food for the… Read More

  Devotions

No Greater Gift: Bring Access to God's Word

Written by Erin Weidemann

Today’s guest blog comes from Erin Weidemann, the founder of Truth Becomes Her and the author of eight books, including Bible Belles’ The Adventures of Rooney Cruz series. Many of us spend time during the holidays searching for the perfect gift to bless family or a… Read More

  Featured

Pioneer Woman: Nicaraguan Artisan Finds Hope

Written by Esther Martinez

 What makes a woman a pioneer? Is it someone who changes the world or changes their world? We believe it’s both. When we think of the term “female pioneer,” familiar names like Susan B. Anthony, Marie… Read More

  Featured
Written by Alice Zhang
Haiti Hunger Crisis 2019: How to Help

  What is currently happening in Haiti? Rising prices, socio-economic unrest, and a drop in agricultural production has led to an increase in food insecurity in Haiti. According to the World Food Programme (WFP)’s latest analysis, more than one in… Read More

  Disaster Relief

5 Books Staff Are Reading for Nonprofit Work This Winter

Written by Carrie Woodward

Former U.S. President Harry S. Truman once famously said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”  As part of a global staff at Food for the Hungry (FH), one of my favorite ways to connect with colleagues is by asking what they are… Read More

  Featured

Gift a Goat...and Help Make a Mess

Written by Beth Allen

Who would want to gift a goat to anyone? Goats have such a reputation for bad behavior, even Jesus called them out.  In Matthew 25, Jesus likens Judgement Day to a shepherd separating the sheep and the goats. The sheep go right, the goats go left. “Then he will say… Read More

  Featured
Written by Chellsea Fort
Gift Guide For Her—That Gives Back!

The holiday season is upon us! This time of year has many of us planning the special ways we can connect with our loved ones whether through gifts or time to celebrate the season. If you are on the lookout for some meaningful activities or devotionals,… Read More

  Featured

Gift Guide For Him—That Gives Back!

Written by Jess Bell

The holiday season is a great way to connect with family and friends and show them that you’re thinking about them! But it’s a fact. Men can be a challenge to buy gifts for. That’s why we’ve got some great ideas for every kind of man in your life: your… Read More

  Featured

God's Story: A Plan for Your Life

Written by Wendy McMahan

This post is the eleventh 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.   Joseph and Evelyn discovered that they could have clean water using natural materials that could be… Read More

  Devotions
Written by Carrie Woodward
Celebrate Fall with These Global Hot Drink Recipes

Hello, fall! It’s October now, and in North America, that means cooler weather! One of Food for the Hungry’s (FH) U.S. offices is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Even here in the desert, the temperatures are finally dropping. It feels like the whole city is breathing a collective sigh… Read More

  Featured

11 New Items to Give in this Year's Catalog

Written by Alice Zhang

Every year during the holiday season, we gather together our leadership from all 20+ countries where we work, and ask them to make a “wish list.” On this wish list, our fields ask communities what they want. They think about what would help meet a pressing need. And they dream… Read More

  Featured

Syrian Refugee Crisis: How to Help

Written by Esther Martinez

Syria is the largest ongoing refugee crisis in the world right now.  Before Syria’s brutal war started in 2011, more than 22 million people called the nation home. After eight years of violence and civil war, the Syrian crisis has… Read More

  Disaster Relief
Written by Damaris Bravo
Ending Poverty Together: The Common Thread of Humanity

While working at Food for the Hungry (FH), I’ve discovered that when it comes to the humanity in each of us — there is a common thread that unites us. But I had to travel halfway around the world to learn this. I began working at FH two… Read More

  Disaster Relief

Gift Guide: 10 Ideas for the Woman Who Cares

Written by Chellsea Fort

We all have that woman in our life who pushes us to be better in all the best ways. The female who displays God’s love through her actions and is a good neighbor in every sense of the word. She is the gal you find in the front row applauding… Read More

  Featured

7 Ways You Can Empower Girls on International Day of the Girl

Written by Alice Zhang

Every October 11, we celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child to celebrate the progress made, as well as take a long and hard look at how we can address the needs and challenges girls still face. We wanted to share with you 7 ways you can empower girls… Read More

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