Hunger Offering

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Hunger Offering recipient offers produce prescriptions, urban farming education in McLennan County

by Bonnie Shaw on September 2, 2022 in News

“We want to do more than just distribute food; we want to engage our community in a way that we see each other as neighbors,”

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Texas Baptists Hunger Offering pledges additional funds amidst Ukrainian crisis

by Texas Baptists Communications on March 3, 2022 in News

More than 800,000 refugees have fled Ukraine as a result of the Russian invasion, with many more expected to follow in the coming days

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Lives Changed at the Permian Basin Mission Center

by Sophie Bellew on February 21, 2022 in News

See how a recipient of the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering is helping those in need in Odessa.

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Texas Baptist Hunger Offering helps fight food insecurity in Fort Worth

by Bonnie Shaw on October 26, 2021 in News

See how a recipient of the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering is helping those in need in West Fort Worth.

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Bits 4 Bites raised money for Hunger Offering through live-streaming

by Texas Baptists Communications on August 16, 2021 in News

"I was looking for a way to be a light for Christ on Twitch."

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Coming back strong

by Katie Fruge on May 20, 2021 in Hunger Offering

Though the world may have seemed to have shut down, the Gospel never stopped.

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Food pantry ministry in partnership with Hunger Offering serves Austin community

by Valeria Ramazzini on April 28, 2021 in Cultural Engagement

See how one church is using the Hunger Offering to expand their food pantry.

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All In

by Katie Frugé on February 19, 2021 in Hunger Offering

"...we were facing a crisis within a crisis: hunger."

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Hunger Offering ministry provides jobs, clinics and hope to communities in India

by Alex Verastegui on January 12, 2021 in Hunger Offering

"I want to see in every village, a church."

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Restore Hope Ethiopia provides clean water and discipleship to villages

by Alejandra Verastegui on November 30, 2020 in Hunger Offering

Have you ever lived in a city that has given a boil-water notice? Have you ever noticed that the taste of your tap water has changed? You might think it's odd to notice the taste of water or that there would be a boil-water notice in the United States. But during July of 2020, the city of Laredo, TX had to advise citizens living along highway 359 to boil their water due to low chlorine levels.

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