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When you sponsor a child with Food for the Hungry, you become one of more than 139,500 sponsors all around the world! This means nearly 140,000… Read More

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Our Favorite Child Sponsorship Letters: Edition #1

Every day, Food for the Hungry has the privilege of processing hundreds of letters between sponsors and sponsored children. These letters encourage us as we work to end poverty in… Read More

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Earth Day: A Day of Remembrance

The Very First Earth Day April 22, 1970 seemed like any other Wednesday. Plopping down in armchairs all across the country, Americans flicked on their televisions for their daily update. Read More

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What Is the Meaning of “A Camel Going Through the Eye of a Needle"?

“Easier for a Camel to Go Through the Eye of a Needle” One of the most well-known Scripture passages about wealth is also one of the most confusing. Read More

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What It Takes to Help a Community in Need

While the answer may differ for everyone, for Steve Wille in Phoenix, Arizona, answering God’s call to help a community in need meant immersing himself fully in another… Read More

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Guatemala Response: Love in the Time of...Coronavirus?

Paola Cardona is the Communications Coordinator for FH Guatemala, based in Guatemala City. On March 6, the government of Guatemala declared a state of public calamity… Read More

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6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Lent Experience

1. Pause from your daily routine. This year on February 26th, believers all over the world will participate in Ash Wednesday, commencing the start of Lent. Lent typically spans about 40 days, promptly starting the day after Ash Wednesday. Lent signifies the palms that civilians laid down at the… Read More

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How One Sewing Machine Helped a Refugee Start Over

Written by Esther Martinez

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Our Five Favorite International Literature Picks

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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

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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 he had to do something. That something, serving the people of Ethiopia, changed Mark’s heart. He… Read More

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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

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Behind the Scenes: Bolivia's Dry Land Blooms

Written by Beth Allen

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

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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

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IDELA: 3 Case Studies Measuring Early Childhood Learning

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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

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

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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

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Farming Families in Burundi Experience A Story of Hope

Written by Carrie Woodward

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

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