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Guns or butter: responding to jihadists in Africa Featured Image

Guns or butter: responding to jihadists in Africa

A cursory search of the major media giants (e.g., The New York Times and The Washington Post) over the past two days reveals an interesting array of articles on the…

https://www.fh.org/blog/guns-butter-responding-jihadists-africa/

It's more than just food Featured Image

It's more than just food

Blog post by FH blogger Allison Vesterfelt They glowed with pride as we gathered into the small room full of women and children. Light streamed in from the thatched roof.…

https://www.fh.org/blog/its-just-food/

#FHbloggers share stories after their second day in Guatemala! Featured Image

#FHbloggers share stories after their second day in Guatemala!

The FH bloggers have now been in Guatemala for a couple of days and have so much to share with us already! After a long travel day they experienced the…

https://www.fh.org/blog/fh-bloggers-share-stories-from-guatemala/

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Justice is a step beyond compassion

“The LORD loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of His unfailing love.” – Psalm 33:5 Later this month, I’ll be at the Justice Conference in Philadelphia. (If you’ll…

https://www.fh.org/blog/justice-step-beyond-compassion/

I am enough. I have enough. Featured Image

I am enough. I have enough.

Blog post by FH blogger Allison Vesterfelt I’m still in Guatemala, and if I had to use one word to describe my time here, I would use this word: hospitality.…

https://www.fh.org/blog/i-enough-i-enough/

In rural Sudan, education is about more than education Featured Image

In rural Sudan, education is about more than education

A few days ago, I interviewed my friend Sam Ruot who came to Phoenix as a refugee from South Sudan in 2001. I wanted to learn about education in his…

https://www.fh.org/blog/in-rural-sudan-education-education/

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FH's Top 10 Blogs from 2020

Looking Back on 2020 Thank you for supporting Food for the Hungry in 2020! When we rang in the new year on January 1, 2020, I doubt many of us…

https://www.fh.org/blog/fhs-top-10-blogs-from-2020/

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Rosalia

Blog post by FH blogger Raechel Myers She stood up out of her chair, and without warning, tears welled up in her eyes. Photo by Jessica Taylor “I wanted to…

https://www.fh.org/blog/rosalia/

Vocational Training Carves Out New Opportunities Featured Image

Vocational Training Carves Out New Opportunities

Author Kendra Szabo carves a block of maple wood. Photo by Caleb Thal. If you’ve been participating in our advent calendar, you’ve been getting your hands dirty with crafts and…

https://www.fh.org/blog/vocational-training/

A Meaningful Gift to and From Your Child Featured Image

A Meaningful Gift to and From Your Child

Today’s guest post is by Patty Jo Diamond, a child sponsor who lives in Arizona and taught her grandsons how to give a meaningful gift for Christmas through the Food…

https://www.fh.org/blog/meaningful-gift-for-christmas/

Despite famine, there are bright spots in the Horn of Africa Featured Image

Despite famine, there are bright spots in the Horn of Africa

This article was originally published by Mission Network News.  To view this article in its original format, visit: http://www.mnnonline.org/article/16260.   Ethiopia (MNN) – Food security has deteriorated for famine-wracked Somalis trapped in…

https://www.fh.org/blog/despite-famine-bright-spots-horn-africa/

Irregular tortillas, Dora the Explorer + mountaintop treasures Featured Image

Irregular tortillas, Dora the Explorer + mountaintop treasures

Blog post by FH blogger Raechel Myers Today was among the longest, most fascinating, exhausting and surprising days of my life. I knew to expect this, but wow, living it…

https://www.fh.org/blog/irregular-tortillas-dora-explorer-mountaintop-treasures/

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hope.strength.resolve.

Today’s post is by Alece Ronzino, one of the FHBloggers, who is traveling in Ethiopia to see Food for the Hungry’s work first hand. Hope you enjoy!  Teresa is 13.…

https://www.fh.org/blog/hope-strength-resolve/

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Holism in the Grand Canyon (Part 2)

 We did it! 21 miles… 13 hours… and a million reasons to be thankful for the Lord’s provision and creation! What a great adventure to share with my wife. As…

https://www.fh.org/blog/holism-grand-canyon-part-2/

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What "stigma" really means to one Haitian family

As mentioned in the last blog post, much of the progress made by Food for the Hungry and other NGOsin Haiti was greatly hindered by the massive January 2010 earthquake. Still, right…

https://www.fh.org/blog/what-stigma-really-means-one-haitian-family/