This document from Bread for the World provides nine biblical themes that guide their mission to end hunger. They cite scripture for each theme to show why they believe it is their duty to love all people and ensure that no person goes hungry. To read more, click here.
Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging the nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. By changing policies, programs, and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to exist, they provide help and opportunity at home and abroad to end hunger.
“God’s grace in Jesus Christ moves us to help our neighbors, whether they live in the next house, the next state, or the next continent.”
To read more about Bread for the World or to get engaged with their work towards eradicating hunger, click here.
JustMatters is a program created by JustFaith Ministries. It is a series of modules that allow small faith communities to explore critical current issues such as hunger and migration. The modules are eight weeks and are meant to create an environment that invites personal transformation. To read more, click here.
A Global Food Fight is an article by David Radcliff posted on New Community Project’s website. It gives scripture passages related to hunger and food production after a story of how hunger impacts people around the world. To read the entire article, click here.
At the Table is one of the two-part Caring for Creation program from Earth Ministries. It is meant to teach people of the impact planting, fertilizing, and watering crops can have on creation. It also teaches the importance of appreciating and celebrating the gift of “daily bread.” To read more on At The Tables, click here.
As a country full of natural resources, the impact of climate change is not always realized. However, our actions impact countries all over the world that have no choice in the matter. Hunger and Climate Change describes the effects that climate change has on places around the globe and future impacts on the United States. To read more or download this resource, click here.
Poverty and Hunger in a Changing Climate is a fact sheet from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It describes the impact of climate change on hunger, food security and agriculture. This downloadable resource contains facts and quotes to help better understand the huge impact our actions have on the world. A quote from this document, “The great paradox of climate change is that those least responsible for the emission of pollutants harmful to the earth will be most severely affected and least able to adapt to changing conditions.” To read more or download this sheet, click here.
The Evangelic Lutheran Church in America offers downloadable resources to help encourage others to care for creation. The resources include Hunger & Climate Change, Awakening to God’s Call to Earthkeeping, Poverty and Hunger in a Changing Climate, and more. To read or download these resources, click here.