What should we – individually and collectively – be doing differently about hunger issues in our community?
It is a vexing problem, needing action on multiple fronts. At St. Luke’s our MIFA food pantry supported by the University Council of Congregations plus Saturday and Sunday community meals feed hundreds every month. However, we know that this addresses only one dimension of the problem. Private action, public policy, all are needed. What if, morally, we realized that it’s about us who have the capacity to solve this, but that our problem is a CHARACTER problem wherin we set too many limits on our compassion?