Hunger and Poverty
CORPUS CHRISTI – Juan Rena was hungry and hurting when he came to the Crossbridge Fellowship Church food pantry. He had no idea how the Lord would change his life in the following year and lead him to become the director of the ministry that impacted him in so many ways. Full Story »
Are people in your community really all that hungry? Let’s find out. Go to this website provided by Feeding America. http://feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/hunger-studies/map-the-meal-gap.aspx
Click on your state and your county. Read the information found there. Think about it. Pray about it. Is your congregation doing something about it? Many of you are; but if not, please consider how you can become involved in the solution.
One way is to go to the Texas Food Bank Network website ( www.tfbn.org ), click on “Need Food?” and then “Find Your Food Bank.” Click on your county on the map to find the food bank for your area. At that food bank site, explore ways you and your church can make a difference. It’s that simple.
The people of Nueva Candalaria live on $6 per day and have received no aid prior to the arrival of Living Water. Full Story »
Texas Baptist mothers care so deeply. This Mother’s Day, their congregations honored them by caring for those who do not know where they will find their next meal. Full Story »
Civil war displaced 190,000 people in the Central African Republic, including Isabelle, a young mother who fled her home with nothing. Full Story »