116: What Can You and Your Students Do To Help End World Hunger?

Historically it’s been challenging to have various faith organizations and denominations partner together, but the Canadian Foodgrains Bank has managed to bring many together with the common goal of ending world hunger. Listen in as Pugeni and James chat about why there is still hunger, its local and global complexities, and the ways you can join the movement to end world hunger! Pugeni also shares his personal experience with hunger, coming to Canada from Zimbabwe, and how our cultural lens shapes our global perspective. 


You should download the Hunger for Justice guide for use in your group: www.foodgrainsbank.ca/hunger-for-justice.


Want to advocate with the Peace & Justice Office? Check out this link to get connected: https://mcccanada.ca/get-involved/advocacy/ottawa 


Want to check out the Mennonite Central Committee regional offices? https://mcccanada.ca/contact 


Watch the replay of the webinar we hosted along with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank by following this link: https://youthworker.community/project/christianresponsetohunger/


We want to see YOU in person during our On The Road tour. You can keep up to date with our plans and pivots here: https://youthworker.community/ontheroad/ 


Special thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Trinity Western University. Their mission is to develop godly Christian leaders: positive, goal-oriented university graduates with thoroughly Christian minds; growing disciples of Jesus Christ who glorify God through fulfilling the Great Commission, serving God and people in the various marketplaces of life. They are passionately committed to helping you discover how to be fully and faithfully present in the world and to play a vital role in God’s work of healing, hope, and renewal. Learn more about this leading liberal arts university with campuses in both Canada and the USA at TWU.ca


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