Many churches do food drives, but so few preach the gospel when they do them. I think the best way to do a food drive is to also preach the gospel. United Methodists, Mormons, and other heretical churches do food drives as well so how can a protestant church be any different? The other day ago I met a man in dire need of food and drink. I bought him food and drink and also gave him a gospel track to read as well. He did not appear to have time for a conversation so I was unable to share the gospel with him in conversation, and as Jordan says people are so busy these days and so tracts are a very effective tool and that they are. Bottom line I am all for food drives but biblical churches that do food drives MUST MUST MUST differentiate between the heretical churches, or the soft on the gospel Seeker friendly churches. But unfortunately what I have discovered is that churches are using these food drives as an excuse to get away from doing the work of evangelism.