MACON, Ga. — Beulahland Bible Church partnered with Middle Georgia Food Bank to host a food drive on Saturday.
People lined up to have food filled boxes put in their cars. Families from around the community received fresh produce like meat, can goods and more.
Pastor Carlos Kelly says he is grateful that they are able to bless others.
"It's overwhelming. Each month we're literally blessing 600 to 900 families, and that's a major undertaking, but God has continued to provide for us to do so," Kelly said.
The food drive was held at the North Campus of Beulahland Bible Church at 1010 Newberg Avenue in Macon.
The drive started around 11 a.m. and fed around 500 families.
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