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Transformation through listening Featured Image

Transformation through listening

You walk to your neighbor’s house and ask for a cup of milk to complete your dinner recipe.  Instead of receiving a cold glass of 2 percent, they hand you…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/13/learning-listening/

The Truth About How You Can Be A Proverbs 31 Woman Featured Image

The Truth About How You Can Be A Proverbs 31 Woman

Where generations before used cookbooks or recipe cards, I find all of my recipes — from one-pot pasta with creamy tomato sauce to chewy brown sugar chocolate chip cookies —…

https://www.fh.org/2019/03/07/the-truth-about-proverbs-31-woman/

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I want to hear

Blog post by FH blogger Raechel Myers Photo by Jessica Taylor I’ve been home from Guatemala now for 48 hours. I don’t know what I expected. Maybe I thought I’d…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/23/i-want-hear/

Journey to Guatemala: A day in Seoguis Featured Image

Journey to Guatemala: A day in Seoguis

Blog post by FH blogger Sarah Matheny We’ve been in Guatemala for two days now. I’ve said this word before, but I’m not sure it’s ever held any meaning until…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/14/journey-guatemala-a-day-seoguis/

Journey to Guatemala: A chance encounter Featured Image

Journey to Guatemala: A chance encounter

Blog post by FH blogger Sarah Matheny Photo by Jessica Taylor A few months ago, I read the story of a woman who, by some stroke of luck (or perhaps…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/17/journey-guatemala-a-chance-encounter/

Journey to Guatemala: Knowing Olga Featured Image

Journey to Guatemala: Knowing Olga

Blog post by FH blogger Sarah Matheny Imagine you are 8 years old.  You live in a small village in Guatemala, in a small house, which perhaps would be better…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/20/journey-guatemala-knowing-olga/

Journey to Guatemala: Understanding chronic malnutrition Featured Image

Journey to Guatemala: Understanding chronic malnutrition

Blog post by FH blogger Sarah Matheny We left Guatemala yesterday. Even though we’ve returned to our usual routines of grocery shopping, laundry catch-up, swimming lessons and lots of cuddling…

https://www.fh.org/2013/08/23/journey-guatemala-understanding-chronic-malnutrition/

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Wants vs. Needs

At the beginning of October, I walked into Costco with my family. In what has become a yearly ritual, I gasped at the sight of tall fake fir trees, red…

https://www.fh.org/2015/10/19/wants-vs-needs/

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! As we start 2014, here are some highlights from 2013 to celebrate Food for the Hungry’s (FH) work around the world. Orphans In child-headed households, where both…

https://www.fh.org/2014/01/01/happy-new-year/

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