October 11 is Global Hunger Sunday. What has our group done to focus on the needs of the hungry?
We are a small group. Averaging 30–35 in attendance any given Sunday, we realize huge projects may be beyond our means. But we don’t let that stop us. For the past several years, we have taken steps to help the hungry in our community—our closest neighbors.
October is the month we begin planning and collecting food for our annual Thanksgiving baskets. These baskets contain the makings of a generous Thanksgiving dinner. Our goal this year is to prepare 15 baskets, which will be given to families in need in our community.
But it is not enough.
What can we do to focus on the needs of the hungry—the ones who live in the global neighborhood?
I think it may be time for a hunger experience, one designed to heighten awareness of the severity of world hunger and inspire us to reach out and help.
World Hunger 101, here we come.
What does your group do to promote Global Hunger Relief?
Angie Quantrell is a happy neighbor in a growing, active group that loves to attack missions projects with great gusto.