'Hunger All Star' Shares Journey to Faith

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Chicagoan Valerie Brown understands what it's like to be hungry. For years, she depended on food pantries to feed herself and her family.

After becoming a Christian, she was tapped to coordinate the food pantry at her local church.

Brown's work recently earned her recognition from Tyson Foods as a "Hunger All-Star" in her fight against hunger.

"The pantry was not about me," she told CBN News. "It was about feeding the hunger because I realized not everybody can't eat a nice dinner."

Brown recently talked to CBN News about her rocky journey from poverty and uncertainty to becoming a secure woman of faith. Click play to watch Charlene Israel's report.

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Charlene  Aaron

Charlene Aaron

CBN News Reporter

Charlene Aaron serves as a general assignment reporter and helps anchor for the CBN News Channel.  Follow her on Twitter @CharNews and "like" her at Facebook.com/CharleneIsraelCBNNews.