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Ending Hunger Now: A Challenge to Persons of Faith

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Writing for congregations and individuals of faith, McGovern, Dole, and Messer appeal to the biblical, theological, and ethical foundations of action against hunger.
Paperback, 114 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Augsburg Fortress Publishing
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Jim
Sep 17, 2008 Jim rated it it was amazing
Lost in the current political upheaval are the world's hungry. One billion out of the world's population of 6.5 billion live on less than $1 a day. 800 million go to bed hungry every night, many of them children. Ending Hunger is a possiblity of our age. We lack only the political will. Yet no one who calls himself Christian can escape the obilgation to feed the world's hungry.
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Jun 17, 2008 Gwen rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone
Recommended to Gwen by: UMW Reading Program
Very well-written by three credible authors, each of whom has worked to end world-wide hunger for years. Makes you believe it really can be done, if most of the world's people and governments cooperated - that's always the rub, isn't it?

On the United Methodsit Women's Reading Program.
Marilyn
Mar 05, 2008 Marilyn rated it really liked it
Good book on how all of us can end hunger around the world if we just had the political will to do so. Quite eye-opening.
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A good argument for the moral obligation of any believing person to help relieve human suffering.
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The son of a Methodist minister, George Stanley McGovern grew up in South Dakota. An indifferent student as a youth, McGovern later credited participation in high school debate with giving him confidence and he graduated in the top 10% of his high school class. His college education was interrupted by World War II, as McGovern enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Force and served as a bomber pilot in ...more
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