One last post (for now) on the book The End of Hunger. (Basic book review is HERE.) While we have a lot of good news over the last few decades in the cause to end hunger, the last few years have had their toll. The biggest issue: conflict. Those in need of emergency assistance (meaningContinue reading “Wage peace with food”
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I have been working my way back through The End of Hunger to take in … or “digest” (okay, pun intended) … the hope found in this book. There are some convicting statistics that need to change my actions.
When you eat… sit down
In The End of Hunger, there is a section on what each of us can do in this goal of ending hunger by 2030. A simple solution offered: sit down when you eat.
The first 1,000 days in ending hunger
I have been going back through the book The End of Hunger:Renewed Hope for Feeding the World to take in the possibilities in this venture and goal of ending hunger by 2030. There is HOPE.
Understanding U.S. hunger
I am working my way through some more in-depth thoughts on the book The End of Hunger put out by Intervarsity Press.
It’s not “social justice”… it’s just “justice”
I have reviewed The End of Hunger here, but there is so much in this book I wanted to keep interacting with some of the key chapters in this book.
The End of Hunger: There is good news
I have reviewed The End of Hunger previously, but a brief review won’t capture the flood of thoughts hitting me. The issue of hunger, poverty, or climate change relies on a main factor for motivation and action: panic. The fuel of any issue is the old news adage: “If it bleeds it leads.” There hasContinue reading “The End of Hunger: There is good news”