22 Veterans are taking their own lives daily due to PTSD and Addiction or both. It is estimated that over the next 10 years that 650,000 Veterans will die from addiction to opiodes and/or psychotropic meds. Our VA system is not the answer for our veterans and their families and we want to help change their lives and/or help them get their lives back. Our goal is to provide our soldiers and their families with an environment to heal spiritually, physically and emotionally through the love of Jesus. We have teamed up with churches (Sugar Creek Baptist), doctor’s, Memorial Hermann, counselors and more to help make this happen.
We have a Radio show Battlefield Connections on KKHT FM 100.7 THE Word and the upcoming weekly video series “Beyond The Battlefield… Overcoming Life’s Landmines” along with my personal story of overcoming these obstacles in my book God Is Bigger written with New York Times Best Selling Author David Gregory. These are all used as ministry tools to help inspire others to overcome life’s obstacles.
In 2014, a group of pastors and community leaders came together to address the need of family services in the Fulshear and Simonton areas. As a result, a new organization was formed, called Family Hope, to provide a place of compassion and transformation. Family Hope is the largest non-profit agency that exclusively serves northern Fort Bend County’s residents with medical assistance, food, rent and utility assistance, job searches, furniture and disaster relief.
COVID and Current Needs:
The coronavirus pandemic is creating urgent needs for our community. Bags of food items can be dropped off at our new office from 9am – 3pm. Spaghetti, Peanut Butter, Oatmeal, Tuna, Rice, Cereal, Beans and Hygiene products are examples of needed staples. We will be practicing social distancing to protect those donating. You can also visit our website to donate money for these items.
Office hours: Monday – Thursday, 9am -3pm.
Second Saturday of month: Parkway Fellowship Parking lot, 27043 FM 1093.
7:30am – 9am.
Fourth Saturday of month: St. Faustina Catholic Church, 28102 FM 1093, 7:30am – 9am
The Family of Faith Lutheran Church is a congregation which seeks to live up to its name. First, our church intends to feel like an extension of one’s own family. We refer to our ministry approach as “multiple smalls.” This approach to proclaiming the Gospel recognizes that we are better able to pray for each other, walk together in the Christian faith, and support our brothers and sisters in the faith when we know each other. Therefore, The Family of Faith hosts two small ministry locations in Northwest Houston with early childhood centers at both (see www.tfof.org).
Second, our church is dedicated to sharing the joy of living life by faith – faith in Jesus Christ as our Savior. The faith we celebrate is the faith revealed in the inspired and inerrant Word of God. All are welcome to join us in our faith walk either in face-to-face worship, or virtually.
The problem is so well-hidden that people often are shocked to learn about the growing number of homeless families in Fort Bend County. Based on a University of Texas study, there are between 6,000 and 9,000 homeless in Fort Bend in any given year, and nearly half are children seeking shelter with their families.
Housing, healthcare and other costs are soaring, and many low income families are just a paycheck away from losing their homes. Common causes of episodic homelessness are job loss, illness, injury, foreclosure, divorce and natural disaster.
Many people think of homelessness as “someone else’s problem,” but it carries both a financial and societal cost to everyone in a community. FBFP mobilizes an interfaith network of local congregations to help families regain their housing, their independence and their dignity. Utilizing existing church facilities, our committed volunteers provide safe overnight shelter, meals and support for a week at a time.
Our Housing Navigator helps each family develop an individualized plan to attain safe, affordable housing and develop the confidence and skills they need to achieve long-term independence.
FBFP also assists hundreds of other individuals each year through referrals and partnerships with other local social service agencies and resources. Together, we are providing cost effective solutions to complex problems.
Our West Campus is located at 1002 Wilson Drive, Rosenberg, TX 77471.
To invest time, resources, and efforts to build a better nation and a better Houston and surrounding counties payback. When local, state, or national authorities, work by their own, the opportunity to reach out communities, and the expected results decrease. There is a need to work with organizations that have a common focus and similar targets. Jesus The Transformer Church is compromised to work as partner with all local, state, and national authorities to improve people´s lives in the community.
We live in a world of great upheaval and uncertainty right now. The challenge of violence, domestic violence, abuses, addictions, and lack of identity, continues to be prominent in the news. Last year nearly 40,000 people died from guns in the U.S., reaching the highest number in 50 Years. That is why we need to spread the good news about the great love of our creator by teaching a new way of living to people.
Wednesday: 7 pm.
Prayer and warfare night
Miércoles: 7 pm.
Noche de oración y guerra espiritual
Friday: 10 am.
Chocolate and Mom´s meetings
Viernes: 10 am.
Chocolate con mamás
Sunday : 11 am.
Domingo: 11 am
At Katy Cares, we believe healing homelessness begins with the whole person. Every individual entering our home will have the opportunity to discover their unique purpose and embark on a challenging and rewarding journey towards hope for their future. Success from our program is obtained through each mother committing to the challenging process – from our rigorous educational advancement, intensive counseling and support groups to spiritual growth and making connections in the community. Each woman that graduates from her individualized program can proudly say she has persevered and made a choice to rise above.
We are a Social Service non-profit serving the Katy/West Houston. We have Social Service Departments that offer emergency financial assistance, Food Pantry, a Crisis Center that houses the Domestic Abuse Center and the Sexual Assault Center, Resale Store, Donation Center.
We are currently located at 5504 First Street, Katy, TX 77493. This location houses Administration, Social Services, Domestic Abuse Center, and Sexual Abuse Center. In the same building at 5510 First Street, you will find the KCM Food Pantry, and the KCM Resale Store. KCM benefits clients in the Katy/West Houston area, by providing all services in one location. The service area covered by KCM reaches into three counties, Harris, Fort Bend and Waller.
KCM services are offered to everyone in our community regardless of any religious background or affiliation. We do not require participation in any religious activities in order to receive our services.
We rely on area churches, local businesses, corporations and individuals for support. There are many opportunities to get involved and to help us fulfill our mission. Visit our website if you feel moved to help us, or if we can offer you our help!
Love & Joy Adult Day Care offers day activity services to individuals with all levels of mental retardation, including medically fragile and behaviors. We also have group homes through out the City of Houston and Fort Bend County. The Group homes are 4-person homes with a fire alarm system. We have a open door policy for our families.
Connect with us on Facebook, call us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. We look forward to working with your loved one.
Worship God—Excellence in Worship: We want to glorify God in a way that all people can understand who Jesus is—the hope and life that is only found in Him, and that He is the only way to the Father. The worship experience is accessible to the uninitiated, but also invites people to transcend their current understanding. Every effort is made to reduce the “awkwardness” that may make a guest or skeptic feel like they don’t belong here. Come and see!
Love People—Making Disciples: We believe our lives must be dedicated to both transformation (becoming more like Jesus) and sharing God’s love and grace with others (the great mission of the church). We exist for both the people who call NewChurch home and the people who have not joined us yet. The Holy Bible is taught in all of its depth and richness, pointing to the true Word revealed in Jesus Christ.
Providence Church is a multi-cultural church determined to connect the word of God to the hearts of people. We do this through church gatherings and community service. Currently all services have been moved online. If you are interested in learning more about God or Providence Church we invite you to visit our website.
Online services take place at 10:30 AM every Sunday. Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram!
We’re excited that you’ve decided to get to know us! Before you tour our site, we’d like to share a few things—from our heart to yours. Sugar Land Church of Christ is a church that is rooted in the sound teaching and preaching.
Our Vision is to create unity in the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:1-16). Our Mission is to go and make disciples of all nations (Matthews 28:19). Our Challenge is to develop spiritually mature members of Christ’s church (Romans 12:1-8). The example of Jesus—loving our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew 22:36–40)—is ingrained in our every effort to reach neighbors in our immediate community and around the world.
Come visit our Worship Services and one of our Bible Study Groups!
When you visit Sugar Land, you will be greeted with a warm handshake and a friendly smile. From the time you drive onto the parking lot, you will find that our members want nothing more than for your experience to be a joyful one. And when you walk through the doors of our church, our greeters, Meet people just like you and grow in your relationships.ministers and members will make sure you get to the Worship Area or the Children’s Ministry or to a Bible Class–wherever it is that you are going.
We exist to guide people to love God, make relationships, make disciples, and make an impact.
• Salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ
• The Bible is the Authority for faith and practice
• All believers are priests before God, competent to interpret Scripture, and free to follow the Holy Spirit
• Baptism is for believers only and is by immersion
• Each church is autonomous and self-governing
• Cooperative Missions is based on mutual trust and shared decision making
• The State and Church should be separate in their function, but Christians should be involved in government in society.
Christianity cannot be lived alone. Share your new faith with someone you trust, and with a church where you can grow in your commitment to Christ. If you have any questions or if we can support your faith, please call us or email us at email@example.com. We want to help you follow Jesus Christ.
Christians working together to promote the values of Faith and Family The Coalition of African American Pastors, USA (CAAP).
CAAP is a grass-roots movement of Christians who believe in traditional family values such as supporting the role of religion in American public life, protecting the lives of the unborn, and defending the sacred institution of marriage.
CAAP is not affiliated with any political party or religious denomination. We welcome believers of all races and backgrounds to join with us as we work to encourage Christians everywhere to take a stand for their beliefs and convictions. If you would like to learn more about CAAP, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to schedule an interview with Reverend Bill Owens, please send an inquiry to email@example.com!
We appreciate your financial support. Because we are 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, donations are tax-deductible.* If you would like to contribute to our efforts, please visit our website. Thanks!