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I Was Hungry: Cultivating Common Ground to End An American Crisis

2359 Rayburn House Office Building
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I Was Hungry: Cultivating Common Ground to End An American Crisis

Jeremy Everett is a noted advocate for the hungry and poor. He calls Christians to work intentionally across ideological divides to build trust with one another and impoverished communities and effectively end America's hunger crisis. Everett, appointed by US Congress to the National Commission on Hunger, founded and directs the Texas Hunger Initiative, a successful ministry that is helping to eradicate hunger in Texas and around the globe. Everett details the organization's history and tells stories of its work with communities from West Texas to Washington, DC, helping Christians of all political persuasions understand how they can work together to truly make a difference.

Max Finberg is President of Growing Hope Globally. Founded as Foods Resource Bank in 1999, Growing Hope Globally has raised more than $51 million in its quest to end world hunger. Across the U.S., 164 Growing Projects, representing more than 2,000 volunteers based in rural farming communities, have helped raise 70 percent of that total. While many Growing Projects are rooted in agriculture – profits from crops raised are donated – others center around events such as dinners, auctions, bike rides, and 5k races. To learn more, visit GrowingHopeGlobally.org.

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Luke Goodrich

F&L has facilitated my ability to create a network of like minded believers who can serve as a sounding board for ideas and can help move those ideas forward. F&L is not just a place to go hear lectures (and get free food) and learn about an issue; it's also a place to meet people with whom you can work cooperatively toward common goals.
Agency Staffer
F&L is unique because of the overarching community in DC that undergirds it. The sense of community, family, and partnership is tangible. It’s apparent people are living out their dream, by chronicling a Biblical narrative in the midst of our Nation’s Capital.
Hill Staffer
On a personal level, I’ve become a more well-rounded believer. I’ve thought through and considered many new ideas and practical ways to serve in my job and at home because of Faith and Law.
Hill Staffer