Deliver help, hope and healing in the name of Christ to those suffering after a disaster. 

Texans on Mission has responded to every natural disaster in Texas since 1967 and many beyond it, including the Southeast Asia tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Through a diverse array of ministries, Texans on Mission has provided the calm after the storm for millions.

Go on Mission

You can deliver help, hope and healing after a disaster by becoming a member of a Texans on Mission Disaster Relief team. Through Texans on Mission Disaster Relief teams, you can:

  • Provide practical help during tragedies by serving hot, nutritious meals and providing access to shower and laundry services.
  • Be part of a chainsaw team that moves debris and fallen and damaged trees.
  • Clean out and repair homes damaged by floods and fire.
  • Pray with and encourage survivors, offering hope for better days after the storm.

Volunteer Now


Be the calm in the storm

As a disaster relief volunteer, you can: 

  • Assess damage
  • Distribute boxes and packing supplies
  • Chainsaw fallen trees
  • Install temporary roofs
  • Manage large-scale relief efforts
  • Minister as a chaplain
  • Mud out damaged homes
  • Offer free shower and laundry services
  • Provide child care
  • Serve warm, nutritious meals


Share your faith and meet human need through international relief with Texans on Mission


Texans on Mission is uniquely experienced and equipped to respond to physical and spiritual needs around the wrold because of our decades of work closer to home.


We stepped up when:

  • An earthquake rocked Turkey and Syria.
  • War came to Uikraine.
  • A train derailed in India. 
  • War came to Israel.

Texans on Mission experience and expertise providing disaster relief in the United States translates well into helping others in may countries. When we respod to international need, we carry out Jesus' callig to reach the ends of the earth in His name. 


Explore your calling to international relief



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Chainsaw Retreat prepares volunteers for deployment

Texans on Mission Disaster Relief chainsaw team volunteers gathered last week at Camp Buckner for the annual TXM Chainsaw Retreat. They gathered for instruction and practice in dealing with the varied challenges of a disaster response. 

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Panhandle fires: 136 relief projects completed

One million acres burned. Two people killed. Entire farms and ranches lost. Thousands of livestock dead. The scope of devastation associated with a late-February complex of fires in the Texas Panhandle boggled the mind. It took more than three weeks for Texas’ largest wildfire in history to be contained.

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Amarillo volunteers return to Fritch to build playground

Texans on Mission (TBM) volunteers from Paramount Baptist Church in Amarillo returned to Fritch in recent days to complete a project they learned about during the disaster relief deployment caused by wildfires. They built a playground for First Southern Baptist Church in Fritch for which individual Texans on Mission volunteers had given the needed funds.

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Howington: Disaster relief chaplaincy 'a ministry of presence'

Melanie Howington loves people. When Texans on Mission responds to a disaster, Howington’s love draws her toward the hurting people. Howington, a member of First Baptist Church of Nocona, is volunteer state chaplain coordinator for TXM Disaster Relief. She is one of about 40 active Texans on Mission Disaster Relief chaplains.

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Temple training prepares chaplains for disasters

Texans on Mission Disaster Relief recently held a 16-hour training course for volunteer chaplains. Memorial Baptist Church in Temple hosted the course, and 20 disaster relief volunteers received the training.

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Hay, hugs go a long way in conveying love

Roper Cox, a Panhandle rancher, had this to say about Texans on Mission: “Y’all came rolling up with hay and hugs and became family.”

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