National staff of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will join Catholics and other Christians around the world in a “wave of prayer” to end poverty.
Hunger is more than just a health problem or a public policy problem. It is a moral problem, Melissa Rogers said at a recent hunger summit at Baylor University.
Religious groups, including CBF and the Alliance of Baptists, urge Americans to educate themselves and prepare to contact legislators as the immigration reform debate prepares to take center stage at the White House and Capitol Hill.
Passport's Colleen Burroughs, founder of a clean water ministry that serves Malawi, met with that nation's president Sept. 20 to talk about poverty initiatives.
A Christian-led “Circle of Protection” called on Congress to vote “no” on a proposed bill to cut the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps.