The Mission of Yahweh offers shelter and many life-changing programs focused on ending the cycle of homelessness and dependency.
Yellowstone Academy provides a high-quality Christian education to inner city students in the Third Ward.
Stoney Creek is a non-denominational Christian camp located in New Ulm, Texas.
SpringSpirit serves 600 children and their families who live in unsafe, high-density apartment complexes.
The Family Residence provides a place of safety and healing for women and children, many whom are victims of domestic violence, crime and generational poverty.
Neighborhood Kidz Club serves the residents of Western Pines, Garden Villa, and Trinity Duval mobile home communities in Katy and Brooshire.
Mission Greenspoint exists to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with individuals. Our Mission is to help people love God, His Word and His creation and to help them become more self-sufficient and family-centered. Programs include food pantry/clothes closet, Adult Education, Pregnancy Assistance Center, Biblical Counseling, Job Training, and Family Assistance.
The Miracle Farm is a working ranch in rural Washington County that provides a safe environment for boys.
Loving Kids is a collaborative community outreach meeting the physical, mental and spiritual needs of the Acres Homes communities. Loving Kids volunteers from the sponsoring churches provide school day tutoring and mentoring as well as periodic service projects including school supplies, landscaping, and other support.
Kids’ Meals delivers free healthy meals to the doorstep of Houston’s hungriest preschool-aged children.
Hope for Youth reaches at-risk, urban teenagers. Jesus ‘n the Hood is a week-long summer program designed to expose youth to the Gospel through relevant and engaging speakers, musicians and activities.
Gracewood is a transitional housing and family-care program that exists to strengthen single-parent families at risk for homelessness.
Our ministry builds bridges between underprivileged children and the local church.
Generation One is committed to the spiritual growth and physical rebuilding of the impoverished areas of the Third Ward.
The Forge for Families ministers to member of the local community by sharing the Gospel, closing gaps in education, and strengthening family units.
The vision of FCA is to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. This is pursued through the strategy of “to and through the coach” – ministry first to coaches’ hearts, marriages, and families then through coaches to their fellow coaches, teams, and athlete leaders.
Covenant House Texas provides shelter for homeless, abused and abandoned youth ages 18-24.
This multi-cultural, faith-based organization serves low-income apartment complexes in the Spring Branch area.
This Christ-centered organization works with at-risk children in West Houston.
This week-long Christian summer camp is designed for children and young adults with physical, developmental, and/or intellectual disabilities who are unable to participate in traditional camp activities.
Boys and Girls Country provides a home and loving care to children from families in crisis.
Freedom Place provides a safe environment that meets the immediate and long-term needs of girls who have suffered commercial sexual exploitation.
Arrow Child & Family Ministries serves children rescued from abuse through foster care. Our residential programs provide those children with a temporary home-like environment where they can be evaluated, receive treatment, and prepare for a more permanent placement.
Agape’s children and teen ministries bring hope and transformation to the youth of Houston’s Third Ward. The Backyard Bible Club provides a safe, after school alternative for unsupervised children. The Agape Shaved Ice Program helps middle and high school students develop entrepreneurial skills.