Peace Points: LPF series for leaders of engaging discussion activities;
each includes handouts, facilitation tips.
Topics include: biblical peacemaking, global conflict, peace worship, simple living, conflict transformation, world hunger, just war, and more...
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).
Conflict Education - Insights, activities and resources for examining conflicts between individuals and on larger levels, and for strengthening skills to address conflict in any area of life. in Spanish:Educación de Conflicto - Perspicacias, actividades y recursos para examinar los conflictos entre los individuos y en niveles más grandes, y para fortalecer habilidades para abordar conflicto en cualquier área de la vida.
Hunger Resources - Engaging forum, discussion, and advocacy resources on our top education and advocacy priority.
Hunger Volunteer Training & Support Project - Faith-based efforts to alleviate hunger, poverty, and homelessness have been challenged in recent years by the economic downturn. This project aims to help by offering resources, activities, workshops, and mentoring to support program volunteers and strengthen congregation involvement.
For several decades, ending hunger has been our top legislative priority. During that time,
we’ve learned a lot and grown in skill and determination. What is unique this year is that our
efforts have a receptive administration. Our advocacy is still urgently needed: Here´s our latest advocacy update.
"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.