So, many of you know I work at Subway.
Now all of you do. XD
Anyway, I had an idea... because, folks, next week is thanksgiving. Next week we get to have turkey and pie and ohmygoodness cranberry sauce. Seriously. It's going to be awesome!
But not everyone is going to get to sit down at their dinner table and pray over a heaping plate of food. Some would be thankful just to have a pack of crackers for Thanksgiving.
You see where I'm going with this now, huh?
Because from now until the end of the year... Subway is having an insane deal. A 6" Meatball OR Cold Cut sandwich is only two dollars..... and a foot long is $4.00.
Now comes the "Ahh I see."
Meatball sandwiches are super filling. And if anything, it's comfort food. (there is a heating tax though, so that comes to like $2.15- $2.40 at the register.)
Now, ideally, homemade food would be best. But it's the holidays, and we all get a little overloaded, and this is incredibly convenient and inexpensive.
SO. I have a challenge for you:
What if you spent two dollars -that's less than a pumpkin spice latte or a bag of some kinds of chips- on someone else? What if you gave a meal to someone who can't afford their own? There are a lot of people who don't have homes- who are on the streets for Thanksgiving... would it not be awesome to give them something along with a Gospel Tract and a smile?
Let's give thanks this year by giving to others. :)