Quote of the Day: Art Simon
"If praying for daily bread means to pray for enough, then surely the implication is that when we have more than enough we will share the 'more' so that others may also have enough. Such sharing is an indication that our hope in Christ is deep and true."
—Bread for the World founder Art Simon, in "Rediscovering the Lord's Prayer"
As Christians today, we continue to serve people in need—our neighbors next door as well as those far from us as they struggle with hunger and poverty. As a wealthy nation, the United States responds to humanitarian emergencies with food aid, reaching millions of people around the world.
Bread for the World's 2014 Offering of Letters focuses on much-needed reform to U.S. food aid. Changes to the food-aid programs would allow food aid to benefit 17 million more people each year — at no additional cost to U.S. taxpayers. Learn more at www.bread.org/ol.
Photo: A young girl in Guatemala helps her family prepare a meal (Joseph Molieri/Bread for the World).
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