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May 11 2011

I have a new routine about world hunger.  I need to research data so my 'patter' is accurate as I perform it, but basically it addresses the discrepancy between the haves and the have-nots in the world.  After preliminary research, I have found that:

Over half the people in sub-saharan Africa live on $1.25 per day.  Over 40% of the population of southern Asia also live on $1.25 or less.  1,372,000,000 people in the world (between 1/6 and 1/5 of the world) live on a dollar a day or less.  (

I make no apologies for talking about this issue in an 'evangelistic' program.  Some see social justice as a means to evangelize.  Some see it as unrelated to evangelization.  In truth, it is neither a means to an evangelistic end nor irrelevant to evangelism.  Social justice and evangelism are inseparable.  They are intertwined ways of sharing Jesus' love with a world that is broken and lost in spirit and body.   

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