Reflect on the messages from the Faith and Global Hunger Series.
||W. Hodding Carter III, former Assistant Secretary of State, State Department spokesman, journalist, author, and professor, describes the scope of world hunger today (airdate June 13, 2010). Listen Now!|
|The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad, Professor of Preaching at Union Theological Seminary and frequent Day1 preacher, discusses the biblical foundation for serving the poor (airdate June 20). Listen Now!|
|The Rev. David Beckmann, President of Bread for the World, winner of the 2010 World Food Prize, and Lutheran clergy, describes the fight against poverty and hunger through the Millennium Development Goals (airdate June 27). Listen Now!|
|The Right Rev. Michael Curry, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, links faith to the call for powerful action on behalf of the world's poor (airdate July 4). Listen Now!|
|President Jimmy Carter, our 39th President, founder of the Carter Center, and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize (airdate Sept. 12), links his Christian faith to an ongoing struggle for justice, and points to the inspiration provided by the strong gains of the MDG initiative. (airdate Sept. 12) Listen now!|
|Access the entire series, listen and reflect.||Learn about the Millennium Development Goals.||Inspire your congregations, Write a Letter, Join an Event!|