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The Fast that God Has Chosen

Jones Town Baptist Church Lives the Isaiah 58 Ideal Wishing to cater to the whole family and the wider community, Rev. Doreen Wynter and her team at Jones Town Baptist (along with parent congregation Bethel Baptist) decided to think outside

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March for Rights, Respect & Fair Food

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March 3-17, 2013: From Ft Myers to Lakeland, FL… 200 Miles Action Alert from the Rev. Noelle Damico, Associate for Fair Food, Presbyterian Hunger Program   Dear Friends, This Lent, you are invited to join the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in an historic, 200 mile March for Rights, Respect and Fair

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A Tale of Two Holidays

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A Tale of Two Holidays from Coalition of Immokalee Workers on Vimeo. SIGN THE CHANGE.ORG PETITION: Ask Publix CEO Ed Crenshaw to ensure that his company “be part of a proven model to address the root cause of farmworker poverty across Florida, and demonstrate that it values the hard work

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Seminary Students Stand with Undocumented Food Workers

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Claremont School of Theology, California Taking the Bible Seriously By Nina Fernando, Wesley Menke, Samuel Pullen, and Chad Seagle   View and print as PDF.   We are students of the Bible. A living, pulsing Word. So when seventeen Pomona College employees were fired because they were “undocumented”, when this

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Day Two Update from the Fast for Fair Food

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By the Rev. Noelle Damico, Associate for Fair Food, Presbyterian Hunger Program   I was so tired that I was unable to write about Monday’s nighttime vigil—which was beautiful. Thankfully in this movement there are talented and creative people who’ve made a video! Watch part of the morning prayers and

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Day 1 of the Fast for Fair Food

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March 5, 2012   By the Rev. Noelle Damico, Presbyterian Hunger Program   A Glimpse of Morning Prayer I stand among one hundred and fifty people gathered in an enormous circle; dewy grass anointing our feet, the glow of the sun stretching across the sky, promising relief from the chill

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