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November 18 , 2001

Hearing the cries of America’s hungry
Millions of Americans suffer from hunger or live on the edge of it. Assemblies of God churches and ministries are working to meet the physical and spiritual needs of these people, but more help is needed.
By Kirk Noonan

Editor's Journey by Hal Donaldson: Judas and the poor


Also in this issue:

Compassion ministry: It’s who we are
God has called all believers to meet the physical needs of the poor, the hungry and those who cannot help themselves. This has been a priority of the Assemblies of God from the Fellowship’s beginning.
By Richard Nicholson

Extending a legacy of compassion
In establishing ministry centers for those with physical needs, pioneer Assemblies of God missionaries set a precedent that is followed today.
By Randy Hurst


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