Orthopraxy; correctness or orthodoxy of action or practice.
orthopraxy (ˈɔːθəˌpræksɪ) — n theol the belief that right action is as important as religious faith [from Greek orthos correct + praxis deed, action]
Helping Do, What Matters... Orthopraxy is a term derived from modern Greek ὀρθοπραξία (orthopraxia) meaning "correct action/activity" or an emphasis on conduct, both ethical and liturgical, as opposed to faith or grace etc. This contrasts with orthodoxy, which emphasizes correct belief, and ritualism, the use of rituals. Orthopraxy is focused on issues of family, cultural integrity, the transmission of tradition, sacrificial offerings, concerns of purity, ethical systems, and the enforcement thereof.
IHH - the potato project: A Unique Christian Ministry outreach addressing local hunger issues. All volunteers growing and producing free food, managed from what we have, for local hungry neighbors in need. We grow fresh produce on land given for use, supported by stewardship donations and sustainability cropping, produce harvested by volunteer hands, and distributed freely to local Food Banks, pantries, kitchens, and entities serving those neighbors who find themselves in need. (Greater Berks Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of Lehigh Valley, Chester County Food Bank, and other local qualified concerns.)
Lamentations 4:9; Happier were those pierced by the sword than those pierced by hunger, whose life drains away, deprived of the produce of the field.