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“There are sufficient resources in the world for the needs of everybody, but not enough for the greed of even a significant minority.”- Millard Fuller, The Theology of the Hammer (1994)

God has taught me the true definition of enough. Let us labor together to provide enough for everyone…

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2 thoughts on ““There are sufficient resources in the world for the needs of everybody, but not enough for the greed of even a significant minority.”- Millard Fuller, The Theology of the Hammer (1994)”

  1. We pick up culled produce every Monday from 2 grocery stores for our compost. Out of 600 lbs. or more each week I usually get several food boxes of good produce to take to the food bank. That’s one day and two stores. Can you imagine how much more gets wasted with all the grocery stores in DFW? My heart breaks when I see people going hungry when we have so much…

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