World Hunger Prints
In 1979, artist Marianne Wieland attended a Bible study at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church where Pastor Rick Halvorson spoke about world hunger. In an effort to make a difference, the first of what was to become known as the “hunger prints” was created.
The embossed prints, hand produced in her studio with he the help of volunteers, follow a different biblical theme each year. The entire proceeds of these yearly prints, sold through Lutheran churches, are designated to hunger projects both locally and worldwide.
In celebration of 38 years of this mission and the $275,000 raised thru 2016 to benefit world and local hunger relief programs, a 46 page, hard cover book was issued to showcase each of the prints from 1979 to 2016.
World Hunger is a universal problem. Until this basic need is met, man cannot move forward. Thank you for your support of this project.
To order a copy of the 2017 print, please click on the link below.