Kenn Kelly

[singlepic id=10 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] More than anything, I believe with my whole heart that we don’t have a food production problem but rather a food distribution problem. I believe we need change and I am committed to being part of that change. Its been extremely encouraging and motivating to see a community of people rally behind something with an unwaivering persistance to let anything but change happen. The support from family and friends has been incredible, thank you for everything! You can follow my Tweets here @KennKelly and my blog here at...

Gil Jones

[singlepic id=15 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] If my life were a movie it would be called “4 Kids & A Funeral.” Actually, that’s close, because four children can do that to you! In reality it would be called “4 Kids & A Church”, because that is where both my passions lie. Which is funny based on how I grew up. I would have never thought I would care for the marginalized in our world, but God had different plans. And kicking a dent in chronic world hunger and obesity is a heavenly move, because 434,000 children a month are dying from hunger around our planet every month. Like I said, I have four children. They aren’t hungry. So we get to feed those that are. Join me and let’s kick a massive dent in this one…together. Also, I’m going to give Twitter a try. Hit me up...

Amy Schiebel

[singlepic id=26 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] I have always wanted to be a part of something bigger than me.  When the opportunity came about to be part of a world revolution, I had to be a part of it.  What better way to be a walking, talking witness to those around me than to be a part of 25 In Change!  I hope and pray that everyone I know, or don’t know for that matter, will see the sacrifice I am making with these other people to bring more awareness to those that don’t have that luxury to give up; it’s already a part of their lives.  Follow me on...

Jenn Sanders

[singlepic id=13 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] I have never missed a meal because I did not have food. I always say I am ready to make a difference and now with 25inchange – I do. Come follow me on...

Andre Roux

[singlepic id=33 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] With billions of people suffering from malnutrition, ignoring their pain is much harder than preventing it. Being involved in 25 in Change just makes more sense than watching it from the sidelines.  Though this is a new experience for all of us, I’m excited to be in such an awesome group of advocates!  If you want to see pictures of what I’m going to be eating for the next 25 days, I’m going to tweet what I...

Michelle Neid

[singlepic id=20 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] “I get to live one of my life long passions with 25inchange… helping kids!  And if I can help put a smile on their innocent little faces… would bring joy to my heart that words cannot describe!  Not only am I helping kids, but I’m helping change, and feed, so many lives ALL over the world!  GOD knows how passionate I am when it comes to helping others, and that is why he called me to do 25inchange!  There was no doubt in my mind, or in my heart… I KNEW I was going to be an advocate, and SO grateful I am!  I’ve got a Twitter account. Follow me...

Laurel Messer

[singlepic id=17 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] I want to be a freedom advocate for those who are enslaved by food’s scarcity or food’s abundance. I want to be a small part of redemption in this world, which starts with meeting basic needs and compassion for others.  Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret Mead. I can be found on Twitter...

Josh Messer

[singlepic id=11 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] Brian McLaren’s quote had been bothering me for awhile: “The secret message of Jesus is meant not just to be heard or read but to be seen in human lives, in radically inclusive reconciling communities, written not on pages in a book but in the lives and hearts of friends…”   I had glimpses of what it meant, and then when I heard about 25 in Change, I realized this was the Big Thing and I was all...

Minde Smyth

[singlepic id=24 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] “Everything in our society teaches us to move away from suffering, to move out of neighborhoods where there is high crime, to move away from people who don’t look like us. But the gospel calls us to something altogether different. We are to laugh at fear, to lean into suffering, to open ourselves up to the stranger.” – Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals.  I’m tweeting up a storm, check it out...

Logan Taylor

[singlepic id=28 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] I’m passionate to seek worldly compassion. The time is now to share love and end hunger.  Come follow me on Twitter.

Leah Stephens

[singlepic id=18 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] As a dietitian, I see every day the impact of poor nutrition. I love children and other cultures and want to do my part to help children worldwide get the proper nutrition they need to live healthy lives!  Follow me on Twitter...

Jenny Usaj

[singlepic id=22 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=left] Growing up in a culture that is consumed with the concept of “enough” –making enough money, driving a nice enough car, having enough friends, going to enough events – I have come to realize that what we call “enough” in our culture is considered an abundance of wealth within the global community.  I am excited to be apart of a community that wants to make this concept a global awareness.  I am an advocate for changing what we define as “enough”.Here is my Twitter feed. Come check it...