Food...
My food is to do the will of him who sent me and to finish his work

Christ Community Lutheran School in Kawete, Uganda has a great need of sustainable food resources. Three days a week the kids eat posho, which is cooked porridge of ground maize and sugar, for school lunch. The Kids Against Hunger food is cooked twice a week as the supply lasts. This high-nutrition foodstuff is like gold in Kawete. The kids don’t leave a grain of rice on their plate...

Many of the local schools in Madagascar struggle with having too little food for their students. There is simply not enough to go around. Shipping in food or money is only a short-term measure, it is not a long-term solution. We have had conversations with four seperate villages and together we have decided to help kick-start a more sustainable food program, something that will start will be built from the ground up and maintained through local support.

Many of us tend to associate holidays and family time with good, home-cooked meals. But what about the holidays for people who barely have enough food for a normal week? Christmas is certainly not centered around food, but being able to provide a small feast during this special time of year can speak love in tremendous ways and make the birth of our Savior an even sweeter occasion to celebrate.

This is only a small story, but still a significant sign of God's provision and faithfulness to the community in Fiaferana, Madagascar...