Aleppo: The Christmas Story We Cannot Ignore

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How to Follow God’s Command from the Commode

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Vegetable Seeds and Their Transformative Impact

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What is the One Question You Should be Asking Us?

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How You Can Make an Eternal Impact with One Gift

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What Do Hillary Clinton and a Boy from Bangladesh have in Common?

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A Saint's View on Charity: Motivation Matters

Mother Teresa understood that acts of charity need to be rooted in the holiest of motivations. So on this International Day of Charity, a day sanctioned by the United Nations in honor of her on the day of her death, and now the day of her canonization as a saint, we celebrate her ideas that continue to encourage the world towards peace, compassion and good will towards others.
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Generosity Shines in FH Communities

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Blessed Are the Peacemakers: 4 Steps to Developing Dynamic Leaders

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Phoenix Couple Gets Creative to End Poverty

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The Poor Here and There: Why we focus on poverty abroad

45 years ago, Food for the Hungry was founded for the purpose of physically and spiritually feeding the most vulnerable in the hardest places around the world. Today, that legacy is an important anchor for us so that we can be the best we can be at loving and serving the poor just like Jesus did. That's why we focus on poverty abroad.
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The Best Letter I've Ever Received

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With Liberty and Justice for All: 3 Patriotic Slogans For a World in Need

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Family Garden Sows Hope in Guatemala

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