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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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

Church Builders help Clute congregation recover from fire

Evergreen Baptist Church's Reggie Perry with TBM Builder Grady Perryman ... read more

A conventional purchase for an unconventional retirement

Three years ago, David Wade reached a coveted milestone – retirement. Like many retirees, Wade’s first major purchase was an RV. His... read more

Happy Thanksgiving from Mickey

Thanksgiving is upon us, and I'm so thankful for you and your prayer support throughout the year. It has been particularly incredible in... read more

Cabinet Builders work in Dallas for New Mexico project

TBM Cabinet Builders are making cabinets for Sivells Baptist Camp in New Mexico. The cabinets are being built at the TBM headquarters in... read more

TBM Builders & Disaster Relief team up for Mt. Lebanon project

TBM Camp Builders and Disaster Relief volunteers joined forces this month to replace worn siding on some cabins at Mt. Lebanon Camp and... read more
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