Entries by Feed the Need Missions

3 Surprising Facts About Rural Hunger

Poverty & Hunger in Rural vs. Urban America According to the US Census, rural America makes up 97% of the land mass of our nation. From these areas come vital national resources, including food and energy products. With its seeming abundance, it’s ironic, then, that food insecurity and poverty here tend to outpace urban poverty. When […]

When It’s Hard to Love

When you hear the word “love,” what comes to mind? Most of us think of our spouses, children, family, or friends. We think of people who are easy to love, because they love us back. We often don’t think about those who are hard to love. Jesus says “If you love those who love you, what […]

Reflections for a New Year

Welcome to 2021—A brand new year is here!    While New Year’s Day as a holiday has no biblical significance, this doesn’t mean Christians shouldn’t pause and reflect on the turning of the calendar. A new year can remind us of new life, hope and opportunity. Every new season is a testimony of God’s grace. Creation […]

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2021 Challenge: Trade Personal Resolutions for Community Revitalization

In case you hadn’t heard, the first seven days of January have officially been dubbed “New Year’s Resolution Week.” This week the entire internet has been inundated with “new year, new you” messaging, social media posts touting ‘words of the year,’ and other similar personal goal setting. Taking time to reset and self evaluate truly are […]