Entries by Feed the Need Missions

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A New Home for the La Grange Site

Closing in on the one year anniversary of its kickoff, exciting changes are ahead for the La Grange, Texas Feed the Need Missions site. Beginning January 31, weekly gatherings will take place at the southeast corner of the Fayette County Courthouse Square. The meeting time and day will remain Mondays at 6:30 p.m. Why a […]

Feeding Hungry Souls: Gobble Kits 2021

Putting the GIVING in Thanksgiving Dinner Four years ago, Feed the Need Missions had the opportunity to partner with a local church distributing Thanksgiving meals to families in need in the Bastrop area. Witnessing the incredible need and missional opportunity for such an effort in the community, the annual Thanksgiving Gobble Kits campaign was born in […]

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Getting to Know the Staff

Last month, Feed the Need Missions welcomed Sean Tangen as our new Program Director. Sean’s overwhelming drive is for people to find and serve in their purpose. With 29 years of vocational, leadership and volunteer ministry experience, we know he will be an incredible asset to our mission. Recently, we sat down with Sean to […]

Tips for Disaster Preparedness

On average, nearly 7,000 natural disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis or fires— occur worldwide each year. That isn’t including those caused by humans, like explosions, chemical fires or terrorism. Though unpleasant to think about, the reality is that disaster could strike at any moment. And because of the unpredictable nature of such […]

More than a Handout

More Than a Meal: Feeding Hungry People “We’ve never been so hungry in our life, “ Peter said. The first time Peter and Dana came to a Feed the Need Missions site, they had both been struggling with illnesses which took them out of work for some time. During the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, they lost […]

Freedom in Christ

July is a month when, as a nation, we turn our thoughts to the freedom we enjoy. As a Christian, I cannot think of freedom without thinking of Jesus. Only through Jesus Christ can we experience true freedom. What does freedom in Christ look like? Christian freedom is one of many paradoxes of the Christian […]

3 Surprising Facts About Rural Hunger

Poverty & Hunger in Rural vs. Urban America According to the US Census, rural America makes up 97% of the land mass of our nation. From these areas come vital national resources, including food and energy products. With its seeming abundance, it’s ironic, then, that food insecurity and poverty here tend to outpace urban poverty. When […]