What is good about Good Friday? How can something so bloody be good?
Jordan Teague, Bread for the World Institute
The world is on the verge of dealing with four simultaneous famines.
Jesus washes their feet and asks, “Do you understand what I have done for you?” Do we?
Cynthia Woodside, Bread for the World Institute
People everywhere should be able to live healthy and productive lives.
Travelling with a man named Van on his most amazing adventure.
A regular update on legislation moving in Congress that affects hunger and poverty.
What image comes to mind when Jesus says that he is the vine and we are the branches?
Jesus speaks plainly of the darkness all around, and then says, “And yet…”
In the misery of his passion, shall we not see our own little lives?
¿Podemos ver nuestras pequeñas vidas en la miseria de la pasión?
Faustine Wabwire, Bread for the World Institute
Assistance to help people in hunger emergencies is more urgent today.
In Jesus, we find sustaining strength in humility and caring.
Standing in solidarity with people suffering from hunger and poverty.
Easter hasn’t settled it all. But ultimately, it will.
Listening to the suffering of the Psalmist, and hearing the suffering of the Comfort Woman.
We should not cut maternal/child nutrition programs to pay for a wall.
Today, may you walk your own path, whether anyone else sees it or not.
May a garden grown to bear the fruits of the Spirit sustain our struggle.
While the challenges we face seem insurmountable, hope is not lost.