Inside Out: People are Hungry

02.28.18 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Food is hard to come by for 41 million Americans.


Many depend upon local food pantries and feeding programs, and a reliable place to find these is at a Salvation Army. The Salvation Army reports that it feeds an average of 156,000 meals every single day. That’s because following Jesus is core to the Salvation Army’s mission, and among the things Jesus calls His people to do is feed the hungry.


Click on the LISTEN or DOWNLOAD icon above to listen to the 5-minute Family Life Inside Out report, featuring Salvation Army Officers Major Stefanie Nkounkou of Tonawanda, NY and Captains Raul and Wanda Rivera of Corning and Hornell, NY.


Learn about the Salvation Army’s work to feed hungry people.


Learn about the many ministries of the Salvation Army.


In the US, find your local Salvation Army.


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Inside Out airs Wednesdays at 12:20pm EST during the Family Life Noon Report.


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