An ancient biblical practice has been adopted by some Baptists in Southwest Virginia in response to increasing hunger needs in America’s uncertain economy. By hand-gathering crops left in fields and orchards after harvest, they are salvaging fresh produce that otherwise would go to waste
Christians can end extreme global poverty and widespread child hunger in this generation, leaders of organizations focused on world hunger told a national conference at Dallas Baptist University.
Despite deep divisions in U.S. society, Christians can lead the way toward bipartisan solutions to the pain of poverty, according to David Beckmann, president of Bread for the World.
FORT WORTH, Texas (ABP) -- A free concert at a Texas Baptist church turned into a blessing for the city's hungry and homeless.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- In the latest edition of its annual report on global food insecurity, a Christian anti-hunger group praised efforts by President Obama’s administration to battle world hunger but warned that cutting food aid due to budget concerns would be short-sighted.
A new national report on child nutrition shows Texas has made progress expanding the reach of publicly funded summer food programs in 2009. But more work is needed to ensure that low-income children have access to nutritious food during the summer, according
Ten Chillicothe teens collected $1,000 for world hunger and participated in a 24-hour fast to catch a glimpse of the plight of the world's poor. Their youth director believes young people will step up to "do big things" and meet needs when they are challenged
In the parable of Lazarus and the rich man, Jesus doesn't condemn the rich man for his wealth. The rich man's sin was that he knew what he should do, he had the means to do it, and he failed to alleviate the human suffering
Roughly 22 percent of Texans under age 18 and 23 percent under age 5 are unsure where their next meal will come from — the highest percentage in the nation, according to a new study.
When Christians help hungry people, they earn the right to share the gospel — not only with people in need, but also with a skeptical society, Jim Denison told a conference on ethics and evangelism.