We were privileged to have Dave Phillips, CEO and founder of Children’s Hunger Fund, brief our staff about the CHF ministry and how God is using it to minister to people hurting in poverty, both overseas and in America. In 24 countries, hunger-stricken people are receiving help from CHF food parcels and the hope of the gospel through food box delivery.
Since our initial connection with this ministry, AiG and CHF have also combined resources to enhance the mission strategy in our annual Vacation Bible School (VBS) program. Through this program, children attending VBS will bring quarters to help provide meals distributed by CHF. Each quarter provides one meal in a third-world country.
After three years of featuring this mission strategy in VBS, the Lord has blessed us with over 3 million meals being supplied to CHF through VBS children! Our staff were thrilled to hear Dave speak of this great result on Tuesday morning in staff meeting.
AiG provides CHF with tracts translated into five languages. When local churches deliver food parcels to needy families, AiG tracts are one of the tools used to communicate the hope of the gospel.
In these photos, you can see Dave Phillips presenting Dan Zordel, our VP of Product and Development, with a special recognition for AiG in reaching this wonderful 3-million-meal milestone.
The CHF team in California also made a fun video to show their gratitude for our partnership. You can watch the video below. We all thank God for growing this important aspect of our joint ministry.
Children’s Hunger Fund is an organization that stands on the authority of God’s Word to go forth with the gospel of Christ through the local church and deliver spiritual and physical help and hope in a hurting world. AiG is pleased to be associated with such a ministry that bases its values on mercy, truth, and hope based on God’s Word as it spreads the gospel. Find out other ways you can help at ChildrensHungerFund.org.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.