Feeding the Poor

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foodbankToday’s the day of our work move…I’m excited!  Tomorrow morning I’ll get to wake up to a short commute!

I never ask my readers for anything (well, but to think!), but today I’m going to make an exception.

My ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship) class is starting a fundraiser for the Food Bank of Central and Eastern Carolina, where we volunteer.  We’ve put together a virtual food drive to help in our efforts.  I’d love to invite you to consider donating to the Food Bank through our drive, or if you’d rather, donate to a food bank in your area or to the nationwide network of foodbanks, Feeding America.

When we visited the Food Bank for the first time a few months ago, I was amazed at how much food they had.  And then we were told that most of that food would be gone within the week…that’s how much food they deliver out to the local food bank centers throughout most of North Carolina.  Feeding the poor and downtrodden…people that Jesus loves and wants His people to care for.  I’m glad to be a small part of that.

9 thoughts on “Feeding the Poor

  1. What a great place to give to! We do something similar at our church and are getting geared up for our next one. Congrats on the work move and a shorter drive, YAY!!!



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