Most afternoons, long lines of cars wind around the Bible Way Fellowship Baptist Church as Texans wait their turn to pick up meat and produce, canned goods and other items . from the church pantry in Southeast Houston. Many come from nearby areas where one in five families live in poverty and the median income is only two-thirds of the Houston metro area, so demand is still high.
But, as families are still recovering from pandemic-related job losses and inflation eats away at already tight finances, demand has only increased. Bible Way Fellowship can barely fill the shelves as it helps hundreds of families every day.
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