Urging our nation's leaders to end hunger
 

Quote of the Day: Isaiah 65:20a-21

"No more shall there be in it

An infant that lives but a few days,

Or an old person who does not live out a lifetime;

...They shall build houses and inhabit them;

They shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit."

— Isaiah 65:20a-21

 

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. In supporting reforms to U.S. food-assistance programs, we can mirror God’s intention for abundance and life. By engaging in this issue, we are participating in caring for our neighbors near and far but in ways that better reflect God’s desire that we all might build up our world to be a place where all are cared for and sustained. Read "God Wants Abundance and Life: A Biblical Reflection" to learn more about the importance of reforming U.S. food aid, the focus of Bread for the World's 2014 Offering of Letters.

 

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