Beck, Operation Blessing 'Restoring Love' with Food

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Rising food prices are making it harder for some Americans to make ends meet.

To help, CBN's Operation Blessing is teaming up with conservative TV and radio host Glenn Beck on a special project to provide food to those in need.

Eleven semi-trailers delivered food from the Operation Blessings warehouse in Dallas, Texas, to Cowboys Stadium for the Restoring Love Conference.

The highlight of the conference is a national food drive, sponsored by a partnership between Operation Blessing and Beck's Mercury One.

Jody Gettys, head of U.S. Disaster Relief for Operation Blessing, spoke about the ministries' involvement in the Restoring Love conference.

"We are so excited to be a part of Restoring Love," she said. "It's helping needy families, showing the love of Christ."

"And so we're just honored to be able to be a part of this event and not only just represent Operation Blessing and the body of Christ here in Dallas, but to be able to go out to 11 cities and help hundreds of thousands of families through food and water and just different supplies that they need," she said.

Volunteer Tyler Delphi said serving others give meaning to his life.

"It feels amazing. I mean, I took a week off of work to do this," she said. "This is my vacation, so a lot of people at my work are like, 'That sounds like a boring vacation,' but really I'm inspired."

At the end of the Restoring Love conference on Saturday, trucks will be dispatched to 11 cities across the United States.

Originally posted on Friday, Jul 27.

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