by Reverend Kathleen Rolenz
The young adult novel "The Hunger Games" depicted a dystopian future where entire nations are starving and children are forced to compete to the death for the right to eat. Escalating inequality is forcing many in our nation - and world - to go without their daily bread. How can we put a stop to this deadly, hungriest game of have and have nots? Despite the grim statistics, there are also many compelling reasons for hope. We’ll celebrate new members this Sunday.