Thai Baptist Churches Offer Food for Today, Hope for Tomorrow, Christ for Eternity

IMB missionaries use Global Hunger Funds to serve and meet the needs of those they serve.
IMB missionaries use Global Hunger Funds to serve and meet the needs of those they serve.

Editor’s note: August 28 is Global Hunger Sunday. Global Hunger Relief (GHR) is an initiative of the Southern Baptist Convention dedicated to combating hunger and sharing the Bread of Life.

Missions-focused GHR projects are carried out by Send Relief, a joint ministry of the North American Mission Board and International Mission Board. All GHR projects have an intentional spiritual strategy, work with Southern Baptist personnel, solicit local input and expertise, and have accountability measures. Read more about the impact of this initiative.

“I didn’t know what I was going to eat tomorrow, but you have brought me enough food for two weeks.”

Thai Baptist churches heard words similar to these voiced by multiple families who received food packages through Send Relief’s We Care COVID-19 Relief food distribution project.

During the project’s three-month run, IMB missionaries and Send Relief partners Stephen and Holly Wright said 22 Thai Baptist churches in the greater Bangkok area distributed We Care bags containing essential food items to 616 families.

Click here to read more.
Source: Baptist Press