Experts and Ministers Urge People to Stock Up on Food in Preparation for Global Famine

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As prices continue to rise on everything from gas to groceries, experts warn that food is going to be harder to come by in the months ahead, including in America. Some say that the church can lead the way in helping people through the tough times.

Globally more than 276 million people experience extreme food insecurity – pushing closer and closer to famine.

“Places like Somalia, for example – 90% of their wheat exports come from Russia and Ukraine,” Heather Taylor of Bread for the World, told CBN News. “In Egypt, 80% and it’s real.”

According to Bread for the World, over 13.8 million people in the U.S. already suffer from food insecurity.

Right now, about 65% of the 200 food banks in the Feeding America Network are seeing a greater demand for food assistance.

Taylor said the problem is likely to affect vulnerable populations even more.

“Here in the United States, about 13 million children presently are experiencing hunger. And as food prices go up, as inflation continues to increase, gas prices, it all has a compound effect,” explained Taylor.

Pastor Joshua Giles of Kingdom Embassy Church in Minneapolis has been warning of a coming food shortage for several years. He writes about it in his book, Prophetic Forecast: Insights for Navigating the Future to Align with Heaven’s Agenda.

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Source: CBN