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Lutheran Peace Fellowship

Hunger Resources
Lutheran Peace Fellowship


1. Hunger Advocacy Resources

Program update -- our regularly revised one page overview covering upcoming events and current issues from World hunger to budget priorities…

Advocacy Update -- our regularly revised one page overview covering
current issues on World hunger… Global Conflict…Budget Priorities…
To receive them regularly (about every 2-6 weeks), email our advocacy network.

Advocacy Resources -- lots of ideas on how to make yourself heard.


2. Hunger Volunteer Training & Support Project (NEW)

Lutherans Lending a Hand
español Luteranos que dan una mano - Version en español

Volunteer training program: Project summary

Companionship: Gift and Practice
español Compañerismo: Don y Práctica - Version en español

Handling Conflict in Service Programs
español Como encargarse de los conflictos en los programas de servicio - Version en español


3. “Peace Points” Hunger Activities

ONE by ONE - A new LPF activity on The ONE Campaign to make poverty history, for youth and adult groups.
español Uno a Uno hacia la justicia para todos - Version en español

Hunger Awareness Meal - This experiential meal illuminates hunger and poverty in the world.
español Organizando una Comida para concienciar del Hambre - Versión en Español

Treasures in Heaven, Treasures on Earth

Reclaim the Season! -
Peace & justice living and giving especially appropriate at Christmas; useful throughout the year.


4. Computer-based Hunger Activities

U.S. Budget Priorities: An engaging, interactive computer activity for youth and adults. Previous users have said it brings alive the shocking imbalance in U.S. budget priorities: a vast amount goes to military power, and very little to diplomacy and development aid as alternatives for engaging our world. (updated 2014 version).


5. Hunger Education Resources

engaging and accessible resources for individuals and small groups:

"Taking Root" is a superb five-part congregation education program on hunger (look under the "Hunger Education" tab).
It is available for three different age levels, primary, middle, h.s. each with very different, well conceived activities, visuals, stories, and great graphic look. Several LPF pastors and lay leaders who have used the program in their congregation have raved about its quality, flexibility, and ability to engage young people.

Hunger and Development Links

Top 10 Reasons…check yr wallet ed

Genetically Modified Foods and World Hunger - español in Spanish: Alimentos transgénicas y el hambre


6. Archive

On Sat., Nov. 21, 2009 LPF co-sponsored an important Seattle conference:  Eucharistic Sharing in a World of Need with Dr. Torvend, author of Luther and the Hungry Poor, as well as updates about advocacy and  regional hunger ministries. Chris Carpenter will introduce the ELCA's new congregation resource "Taking Root".... for a flyer and more info

Victory on a key Senate budget vote and Progress on the Global Poverty Act
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Top Ten List (pdf html)
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