The numbers are better, but, as the article says, this is still unacceptable. We have much work to do and pray! Children gather in a poor neighbourhood in the Mawzaa village of the southern Yemeni province of Taiz July 1, 2012.Credit: Reuters/Khaled Abdullah (Reuters) - One out of every eight people in the
Quote from the article: “I’m a Christian preacher, so it’s my job to remind people that God loves you and me and everybody, including single moms who have trouble feeding their kids — and Somali moms who have trouble keeping their kids from dying of hunger.”Amen...enough said. What are our values?
This blog from Sojourners asks an important question about our values and how much of them we are willing to give up in the name of "cut, cap and balance." Less than 1% of the budget goes to these programs that are up for a 75% cut...yet millions of lives are saved. But at the