The season of Advent invites us to look for God at work in our lives through acts of love.
El amor está en el corazón de lo que creemos, quiénes somos y lo que hacemos.
Mass incarceration is a hunger and faith issue.
More than 21 percent of African Americans are struggling with hunger.
El relato bíblico está repleto de las migraciones del ser humano.
The biblical narrative is full of the migrations of humankind.
Many students today find themselves in schools that are re-segregated and unequal.
A renewed call to advocate for an end to hunger and poverty.
Living out God's vision of a world without hunger.
Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail.
Raising awareness about children facing food insecurity.
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
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We know that your eyes are on the most vulnerable in our midst and your ears are open to their cry.