Contributed by Craig Condon on Aug 6, 2015
We must address the needs of those at our doorstep and in our local community, but we can’t be nearsighted. We can’t ignore the desperate needs of the poor worldwide.
“For I was hungry and you fed me…”
In 2000 it was estimated that 925 million people worldwide suffered from hunger, which was caused in part by a spike in global food prices…and you only have to go to Superstore or Sobeys to see how high food prices are these days! Hunger