Building God's kingdom together


Together, Texans on Mission Builders bring glory and honor to God while assisting ministries that might not be able to afford these costs on their own.


Over the past 20 years, members have used their hands - and their tools - in the construction of more than 1,600 church and camp facilities, saving these ministries millions of dollars in construction costs.


There's a place for you 

Whether you're an experienced foreman or a hobbyist, there's a place for you on the Builder's team. 

What do you need to volunteer?

  • A desire to serve.
  • Some comfort with tools and a willingness to learn new skills.
  • A day, week or several weeks to work on a project. 
  • A place to stay (Texans on Mission can help with this, particularly with projects at camps).



Want to get involved in a build?

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Cabinet Builders help Louisiana church expand ministry

Texans on Mission Cabinet Builders were recently in Zwolle, La., helping Aimwell Baptist Church build kitchen and bathroom cabinets for its new Family Life Center.

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Fifty projects later, Church Builders Neiland and Sherry Fain reflect on 24 years well-spent

The joyful sounds of children echoing through the activity building at First Baptist Church in Llano are a weekly reminder to church members Neiland and Sherry Fain that their labor the last two decades has not been in vain. Twenty-four years ago, the couple ventured to their first project with Texans on Mission Church Builders.

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Church Builders' work worth $50,000 per week

Think about it: $50,000 in free labor per week. That's what Texans on Mission Church Builders are providing for construction of a mentoring center for fatherless children in Corpus Christi. They are now about 11 days into the project.

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Builders, Challengers work for ministry to fatherless children

Texans on Mission Church Builders along with Challengers and others from First Baptist Church in Hempstead began Monday demolishing the interior of an former monastery in Corpus Christi. The building, now owned by Majesty Outdoors, is being converted into a mentoring center for children without fathers.

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Second generation Camp Builders help bring light to God’s kingdom

If someone steps foot onto a TBM Camp Builders project, he or she will more than likely meet Walter and Twila Shue. Since the Shues’... read more

TBM & WMU of Texas working kingdom connections

TBM and WMU of Texas leaders (l-r): Rand Jenkins, John-Travis Smith, Mickey Lenamon, Tamiko Jones, Teri Ussery and Brandi Jones. ... read more
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