From now until the end of the year we will be sharing stories from each of our sites across Texas. Every site has the same mission: to feed people physically and spiritually. We see God using our volunteers and those that come to grow and build relationships with those in Christ. Here are just a few of the stories from our sites this past year.
NEWARK serves every Tuesday starting at 6:00pm. Park at the Fire Station located at 405 Hudson Street, Newark, TX 76071
Nick has been enjoying his time serving with Feed the Need Missions in Newark. “I love being able to serve in the ministry. We can’t all go on mission trips due to funds and vacation time, instead me and my family can serve here,“ Nick said. “It gives feet to the church.”
Nick is currently serving in different roles at his site. The newest role he’s serving in is Ministry Lead, where he leads the Table Talk discussions. But that has also been where he’s experienced a lot of personal growth. “I was nervous at first because I wanted to do a good job. I am more comfortable now and it’s ok that I don’t have all the answers,” he said.
God has blessed Nick to allow him to continue serving every week even with his demanding job. “In my job I am on call for a week every three weeks. Never once have I been called for work while at Feed the Need Missions. This must be where I’m suppose to be,” he said with a smile.
Scottlan and Ronette have been married for almost eleven years. They have four beautiful daughters. The family heard about Feed the Need Missions from Brandon (Justin, Site Coordinator). They helped Brandon get the Justin site established.
“I love the simplicity of Feed the Need Missions. Love God and Love People. Feed the Need Missions does just that. When we found out we were moving to Aurora we were sad to leave the Justin site but we knew there was a great need for one in Newark so we began to pray about becoming Site Coordinators,” said Ronette.
After a year of prayer and preparation Scottlan and Ronette are now the Site Coordinators of the newest site in North Fort Worth, Newark. “It has had such an impact on me. It has shown me that the gospel is simple. We don’t have to complicate it. I am blessed each week by seeing people serve others and seeing others fall in love with Jesus by using the burger as a tool. It draws me closer to the Lord and blesses my soul,” she said.
When you give to support our communities, people’s hearts and lives are being changed.
With your help, Feed the Need Missions will continue to provide a hot meal and share the love and message of Christ to those in our communities each week.
Can you help Feed the Need Missions continue serving each week by making a generous contribution of $25, $50, or $100 today? Without your generosity, people like Nick and Ronette, might not get to hear about the love of the gospel and what it truly means to have people who love and support you where you are.
Don’t delay, give now and make a difference in your community today.