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Whole As Whole Can Be: Dieting While Loving Ourselves and Our Neighbors
The challenge of clean eating and community.
Feed My Starving Children: A Miami Mission Experience
I am thankful for the ways Christ Fellowship Church seeks to serve the weak and hungry.
Full Bellies, Thankful Hearts
God designed your stomach and your heart to be intimately connected.
Morning Roundup 10/9/13
World Food Day; Nominal Believers; Leaders Who Hire Well
A Rich Christian in the Age of Food Stamps
Why food insecurity is every evangelical’s concern.
Has Foodie Culture Forgotten the Poor?
In my hometown of Richmond, I long for a truly great food scene that blesses the privileged and under-privileged alike.
Rethinking the $3,000 Missions Trip
When I learned that kids in my city couldn't swim, I started to rethink how much I'd invested in overseas missions.
How the Obama Administration Is Right on Food Aid Reform
New local purchasing efforts could be far more effective than current ones.
Tears at the Table
My 'holy discontent' over hunger in America.
World Vision Launches Its 'Most Far-Reaching Endeavor' Ever
Christian charity pledges $500 million to offset government cuts to foreign aid.
Six-Year 'Food Fight' Ends Favorably for Dallas Homeless Ministries
Amid debate over whether public feedings help or hurt the homeless, judge says city's food ordinance violates religious freedom.
Feeding of Homeless in Seattle Will Continue
City officials ban–then reinstate–homeless mission's monthly meals in downtown parks.
Subscriber Access Only Fighting Famine Isn't Enough
Some 2,000 Somalis die of starvation daily. Drought isn't the reason.
Aid on the Edges
What turned Somalia into the epicenter of a famine hinders attempts to help. And now even the refugee camps are targets.
Subscriber Access Only Undoing the Famine Damage
If the famine in the Horn of Africa is manmade, human intervention can end the crisis.
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