The final installment in a series exploring the intersection of faith and elections.
Final installment of the weekly, year-long series called the Nourishing Effect exploring how hunger affects health.
As a Christian, I believe that voting can be an act of Christian stewardship—a way that we live out our faith.
The 2016 election is almost here, and New Hampshire is home to an extremely tight Senate race.
A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the web.
More than 2,500 letters were written in support of child nutrition and criminal justice reform.
A weekly prayer series that appears each Friday on the Bread Blog.
Una serie semanal de oraciones que aparece los viernes en el Blog de Pan.
Vitamins fortify health of pregnant women and newborns.
El Estado “Lone Star” es el 9º en el país respecto a tasas de hambre.
By Todd Post, Bread for the World Institute
Climate change exacerbates conditions that fuel conflict.
The Lone Star State ranks as the 9th hungriest state in the country.
Ending hunger by 2030 can only happen when we engage and listen to those most affected by hunger and poverty.
Elect wise leaders who will help alleviate the real struggles that too many families face every day.
President of largest police organization apologizes to minority populations for past mistreatment of communities of color.
As part of our 2016 OL, we asked Congress to increase funding to $230 million for global nutrition funding.
The latest in a series exploring the intersection of faith and elections.