March 15, 2017 – Daily in the news and TV, again and again we see children with matchstick arms and legs with stunted growth. Why? poverty, conflict, war, harmful economics, drought, climate change, and poor health. Yes, these problems of child hunger and poor health are a reality around the world. Now within months the UN predicts that 1.4 million children will die of starvation in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, and Yemen. The numbers are staggering. We must continue to pray, bless, think positively for these children and all the world’s children. In our communities, we must continue to nurture and care for our children and help those in need around us. “If we are going to stop wars on earth, we are going to have to make war on hunger our number one priority.” David Brooks

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