With a median household income of more than $63,000, the United States is one of the wealthiest nations in the world, and yet 11% of our households were at risk for hunger in 2018. Experts say it’s not a lack of food that’s causing the problem, but a complicated web of problems made worse by imbalances in income. Food ministries help, but are there better solutions?

Download a study guide for the article “Bread for today, hope for tomorrow,” which appeared in Living Lutheran’s December 2019 issue. The guide includes six pages of discussion questions and a copy of the article.


Robert C. Blezard
Robert C. Blezard is pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, Md., and editor of Living Lutheran's study guides. Previously he served as an assistant to the bishop of the Lower Susquehanna Synod.

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