Feed the Flock
A food-service ministry can be a great way to reach people.
Feed the Flock. A food-service ministry can be a great way to reach people. Families move through the food line and sit down to eat and fellowship with other families.
The Gospel Turns the ‘Try Harder’ Mentality on Its Head
Our own strength is insufficient to carry us to places of greater faith
Another $60 billion is spent in our nation by individuals trying to lose weight by means of gym memberships, weight-loss curriculums, and diet food products.
South Sudan: Famine, War, and Hope
The fields of South Sudan could feed the whole continent.
South Sudan. Since its 2011 independence, warring factions within the government has left thousands dead and exasperated food shortages. Five years
It’s Official: Evangelicals Appreciate Chick-fil-A the Most
The popular chain scores big for community impact among Christians, Southerners, and millennials.
Kate Shellnutt. November 22, 2017 11:00 AM. Image: frankieleon / Flickr. You could say Chick-fil-A is one of those fast-food restaurants with a cult following.
Advent: The Birth of Christ Is Too Big for One Day
Why our family is celebrating Advent this year.
Between all the parties with coworkers, neighbors, and family members—not to mention all the time spent purchasing Secret Santa presents and preparing food—schedules are packed
How a Small Congregation Fed 145,000 People
God is using 124 people from this historic congregation to support a big ministry.
Over the last 20 years, this church of 124 members—80 active members, most of them between the ages of 50 and 90—has distributed around 800,000 pounds of food to nearly
Cover Story: Blessed Are the Handouts
Why some Christian poverty experts believe we should give cash to the poor, no strings attached.
In the United States, we have institutionalized this in-kind response to urban poverty since President Lyndon Johnson enacted the Food Stamp Act of 1964.
Secrets of Effective Giving
Here's when and how you can best help the poor.
The model is based on the idea that the extreme stress endemic to homelessness and the constant need to find food and shelter can cause homeless people to make poor decisions in
The Only Bright Spot in American Giving
Research highlights radical giving of poor and unpaid labor of women.
She was active in the enlisted wives' club on base and then later in the officer wives' club, helping volunteer for people who had less reliable access to food and clothes than we did.
Don’t Despise Small Town Living: Jesus Didn’t
Capernaum was home to about 1,500 people.
You truly learn to love your neighbor as yourself. Friendships are forged for life. No feud is ever worth missing your weekly burrito on Mexican Food Night at the local café.
7 Principles to Lead as Jesus Led
We can draw inspiration from the ways that Jesus led.
(John 6:38). Jesus said to them, “My food is to do the will of him who sent me and to accomplish his work.” (John 4:34). 3. Jesus defined greatness as being a servant.
Evangelism is a Four Letter Word
Evangelism isn’t what it used to be and is uncertain of what it should be.
Live evangelism. FOOD. Whether in your home, at a restaurant, or tailgating, food breaks down barriers between individuals and cultures. PLAY. Like to fish? Basketball? Jog?
20 Truths from "Sing!"
When we sing we witness to the people in our church who are yet to believe
(52-53). Our singing is not just a gathering for our own family. The doors are open, there is plenty more room at the table, and there is more than enough food for everyone who is hungry.