Bread for the World Sunday is an opportunity to live out God's vision of a world without hunger.
Mass incarceration hurts a person’s ability to get, and keep, a good-paying job.
Assessing USAID's Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy.
The story of African American men and women serving in the U.S. military is one of lament and hope.
Food assistance in jeopardy for millions of Americans.
We sat down with Bread for the World founder Rev. Art Simon to talk with him about his new book, “Silence Can Kill.”
July’s devotional in “Lament and Hope” is a reminder of how policies have not always benefited African Americans.
By Rev. Dr. Angelique Walker-Smith
When a stranger sojourns with you in your land, you shall not do him wrong. You shall...
We know that your eyes are on the most vulnerable in our midst and your ears are open to their cry.
Longtime Bread member visits with her members of Congress - for the first time.
Celebrate faith, unity, freedom and the resilience of African peoples.
By Robin Stephenson
Oatmeal bubbles on the stove, a hastily poured glass of orange juice drips on the counter, and the smell...
By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the...
The world has made progress toward ending hunger. But some 821 million people remain hungry.
Muchas de nuestras hermanas y hermanos no están obteniendo lo suficiente en cuanto a nutrientes adecuados.
Lent invites us to reflect on the deeper meaning of sacrifice as many engage in prayer and fasting.
Reforming our criminal justice system is critical to ending hunger and poverty in the United States.
Las familias se ven directamente afectadas cuando sus seres queridos están encarcelados o encarceladas.
People who live and work in the United States without documentation are among the most vulnerable people in our country.
Las personas indocumentadas que viven y trabajan en Estados Unidos se encuentran entre las más vulnerables de nuestro país.