The practice of holding things lightly – in the struggle and conflict of our day.
We have worked too hard, for too long, to have our progress come to a standstill.
Without a viable, healthy planet, humanity cannot survive.
Must we know suffering in order to know blessing?
Qué la gracia, Misericordia y amor de Dios sean contigo.
As you pray, fast, and reflect on how to deepen your relationship with God during this season of Lent.
On our Lenten journey, we will crawly, stumble, walk, run, and sometimes even soar as we respond to the call for justice.
El 2017 va a ser un año muy crítico.
As we journey through Lent, we look to our ancestors, each other, and Jesus to find sustaining strength for the struggle.
Begin the Lenten season assuming that you are enough.
In the dust, we vow to be Silence no more.
Real-life stories from the 2017 Offering of Letters: Doing Our Part to End Hunger.
By Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
Caring for each other has been a bedrock of our country.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
New members are a committed group of activists, faith and community leaders.
La inmigración está relacionada con el hambre.
Will you do your part to end hunger?
A living legend of the Civil Rights Movement.
A weekly, year-long series on fragility and hunger rooted in themes from the 2017 Hunger Report.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.