Our Mission & Vision:
Seeds of Hope is a private, independent group of believers responding to a common burden for the poor and hungry of God’s world, and acting on the strong belief that biblical mandates to feed the poor were not intended to be optional. The group seeks out people of faith who feel called to care for poor and hungry people; and to affirm, enable and empower a variety of responses to the problems of poverty.
On our website you'll find:
- Hunger and Poverty-related Worship Resources -- Sermons, children's sermons, litanies, prayers and other resources designed to help you and your congregation stay centered in God's love for the poor and the poor in spirit.
- Educational Resources -- Informative statistics, thought-provoking essays, and basic learning activities to help start meaningful conversations about poverty and hunger.
- Hunger News & Hope -- On-line access to the award-winning newsletter Hunger News & Hope dedicated to enabling a variety of responses to the problems of poverty.
- Opportunities to Engage -- Links to a wide variety of ministries and participation opportunities to help you find your place to "plug in." If you are in the Waco, Texas, area, you can find local opportunities to engage at Act Locally: Waco.
- Video: Check out "A Night without a Home," a video by Seeds intern Rachel Badders about a National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week event in Waco, TX. For more information, see Rachel's blog "Night without a Home" from the day before the event.