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Modern Day Welcomes Hungry Hearts United

by | Aug 25, 2011 | Missions Articles

Hungry Hearts United
Community – Music – Service

Modern Day is partnering with Hungry Hearts United to reach communities across America. Hungry Hearts United is a grassroots, community outreach strategy connecting relevant faith-based touring artists with the local church to impact communities through live performances and practical hands-on service.

Community
Hungry Hearts United partners with local churches and social resource centers to contend for each individual community’s needs.
By focusing on social aspects, i.e. low income families, the homeless, the poor, etc., HHU offers a practical and hands-on local grassroots approach to outreach, ministry and community service. This “Cause” conscious appeal resonates widely with today’s youth and young adult demographic.

Music
Hungry Hearts United merges creativity and social causes with relevant faith-based touring artists. With a focus on entertainment, outreach and ministry, both up-and-coming and established national acts create an environment of ease, hope and comfort for those whose daily life is riddled with fear and anxiety.

Service
Practical physical and spiritual resources are desperately needed in hurting communities. The heart of Hungry Hearts United is to provide a hot meal, a friendly face, someone to talk to, and even a shoulder to cry on.

By partnering with the local church, Hungry Hearts United fosters a two-fold community equipping strategy:

1. 1. Practical Engagement: Engaging in the practical needs of their community, the Local Church exemplifies God’s love towards their neighbor. Through this engagement lives are touched. Strength and healing can begin.

2. Practical Service: Serving the Local Community by providing resources and services to assist the community’s unique needs to develop long-term positive and healthy relationships.

Demonstrating and declaring the Good News of the Gospel in a practical way provokes a Kingdom experience for both the community and the local church. Cultivating this community through practical service via a relevant and focused needs outlet is what Hungry Hearts United aspires to achieve. Modern Day is proud to help launch this new initiative.

Hungry Hearts United was formed by ComeandLive! recording artist, Men As Trees Walking.

If you would like to make a financial contribution to Hungry Hearts United, please click here.

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