DID YOU KNOW?

The odds of living in poverty are more than 2X higher in small towns than in big cities. And there are significantly less resources.

Feed the Need Missions serves hundreds of burgers each week to people in our various communities in those small towns.

We also reach out to communities across the country that have been affected by major disasters and help them work through their crisis.

Feed the Need Missions is 100% supported by individual donors and receives no government funding.

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PRAY & REFLECT WITH US: SUMMERTIME PRAYER

It's beginning to look at lot like summer! The mercury on the thermometer continues to rise as the sun shines down upon us. As the final school bell rings and summer vacations begin, many will enjoy riding their bikes and playing with friends.…
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I HAVE TO STAY HYDRATED

“People know how to talk the talk but they don’t know how to walk the walk,” Jason said. “You can’t trust very many people anymore so I just stick to myself.” Jason has been living on the streets of Bastrop for six years. He comes…
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MEET A VOLUNTEER: ALMA

Alma is a single mom to Jacqueline, her 19 year old daughter from Stony Point. She got pregnant at the age of 22 and continues to raise her daughter on her own with the help of family. She was born in Mexico and came to Texas when she was just…
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SITE VOLUNTEER TRAINING

Feed the Need Missions would like to invite you to join us for our quarterly volunteer training. If you are interested in serving and/or finding out more information about Feed the Need Missions we would love for you to be our guest. For those…

PRAY AND REFLECT WITH US: SPRING RENEWAL

Spring is my favorite time of year! Spring is the time to open my windows and let the cool breeze blow through my house to clean out all the musky smells of winter. It’s the time of year that flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and…
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TACO TUESDAY

Feed the Need Missions is partnering with local churches to start a Taco Tuesday event once per quarter! For those of you who might have been living in a non-taco world and are clueless as to what this day entails, let me enlighten you: Taco…
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MY MISSION IS HERE

In 1986 David accepted Christ after marrying his wife at the age of 18. He and his wife were deployed to Korea where David was a medic for 7 years. He was released from the Army because of a heart condition. Years after his heart diagnosis,…

Pray & Reflect With Us: Made New

Made New.. Spring is here and we're excited. Everything is blooming and the birds are chirping, which means Easter is on its way. As we celebrate Easter and Jesus’ resurrection, lets keep in mind everything He created is made new. As his…
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Meet a Volunteer: Joseph

Joseph is a young man from Alabama. At just barely 17 years old (currently 18), and trying to figure out the direction of his life, he moved to Texas. He heard about Feed the Need Missions from a friend of his, who invited him to the 2017 Patriotic…

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