A series in which faith leaders share why their religious tradition believes working to end hunger is important.
Celebrating partners who play critical roles in the U.S. government’s work to end hunger, poverty, and malnutrition.
Philanthropist and humanitarian Chang K. Park to receive lifetime achievement award.
Add your voice to the "Day of Action" on social media.
A regular, non-comprehensive roundup of current news links on hunger and poverty issues from around the web.
We pray for the peace of our nation, and all nations.
El Camino gave us a chance to see evangelicals walking the path of advocacy as part of their Christian discipleship.
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.
As Congress returns from summer recess, it has limited time to pass needed criminal justice reform legislation.
Termina El Camino del Inmigrante.
A weekly, year-long series called the Nourishing Effect exploring how hunger affects health.
The latest in a series exploring the intersection of faith and elections.
Irrigated community gardens and credit from savings and loan groups bring better nutrition and income to Zimbabwean families.
El Camino del Inmigrante journey ends.
Almighty God, Creator of the world, we give you thanks for the gift of stewardship and work.
Mother Teresa to be canonized by Pope Francis on Sept. 4
In northern Ghana, a low-cost, high-protein food source like soybean is growing in demand.
A checklist reminder of how to end hunger.
An update from El Camino del Inmigrante/The Path of the Immigrant.
Helping those most in need today, tomorrow, and beyond.
Ecumenical organizations propose a time of praise and prayer for God's creation starting in September.
An update from El Camino del Inmigrante/The Path of the Immigrant
de Marco A. Grimaldo
El quinto día del Camino del Inmigrante nos lleva a Oceanside, California. Es en esta comunidad que...