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Faith Hope Love Inc. Table Talk: September 8, 2016

This month’s Table Talk (#12 ) started  at 11am.  We discussed different ways of gathering information about the clients attending our food pantries. Then we considered the importance of evaluating the information we gather, turning what we learn into metrics for our potential donors to consider and using best practices in record keeping. Afterwards, we opened the

Faith Hope Love Inc. Table Talk: June 9, 2016

FHL strives to bring different denominations to work together. This year, FHL will focus on bringing  4 contiguous neighborhoods in Indy – Meridian-Kessler, Butler-Tarkington, Crown Hill and the United Northwest neighborhoods. There will be outreaches, projects and services all around these neighborhoods for this year’s FHL Week which will be on July 24th-30th. There are

Faith Hope Love Inc. Table Talk: May 12, 2016

The monthly FHL Table Talk was attended by 6 out of the 15 current operating food pantries/soup kitchens in 46208 and surrounding neighborhoods.  We had a great discussion about the need for change to serve our neighborhoods even better.                 Contact FHL today so you can participate in

Table Talk: The Solution to Hunger

The solution to hunger involves more than just giving a bag of groceries to our clients. Since the issue of hunger goes beyond food, we need to understand its basic causes. Table Talk #29 (02/08/18) explores the importance of understanding the deeper needs of the food insecure population to uncover the roots of hunger in

FHL TableTalks: Christ’s Ambassadors

“So we are Christ’s ambassadors; God is making his appeal through us. We speak for Christ when we plead, ‘Come back to God!”’ (2 Corinthians 5:20 NIV) A past Thursday Table Talk and Missional food pantry.  


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FHL’s Modified Missional Food Pantry Response to COVID-19

Our theology must reflect our actions. “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill

FHL Community: The Value of a Volunteer

Do you know the worth of an hour of volunteer work?  According to Independent Sector: $25.43.  At the last Table Talk, we discussed about the value of volunteers and how to care for them. The food pantries were also honored for their great contributions to the community. Currently, about 63 million Americans volunteer about 8

Beyond This Hunger: Partnerships and Collabortions

One of the core values of FHL Community teachings is partnership. This past weekend, Indiana Mentor volunteers were matched with one of FHL’s MFP (missional food pantry) network members – Zion Hope Baptist Church as part of a partnership and collaboration where both members learn in practical ways from each other. If your organization is

Missional Approach: Wrap Around Services

Missional Food Pantry Approach: Wrap Around Services FHL’s recent Table Talk featured learning how we can serve our recipients and volunteers even deeper through “No Cost” benefits (D-SNP) for the dual card holders – Medicare and Medicaid. “Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D–SNPs) enroll beneficiaries are entitled to both Medicare (Title XVIII) and Medical Assistance