In a world of hurting people, every Christ follower is called to be on mission with God each day. 

In an hour, a day or few days, you can have a tangible impact by using your gifts and talents for God's purpose. Every person has a role in God's kingdom, and Texans on Mission wants to help you find it today. As a Texans on Mission volunteer, you can deliver help, hope and healing to people who desperately need it.


Serve after disasters

By volunteering for a day, you are directly delivering help, hope and healing to people after disasters. Whether you're clearing debris, cleaning out a house or praying with a homeowner, you will transform a life. Click here to learn more.

 


Provide First Step Kits for people in crisis

Every journey out of dark days starts with a first step. By putting together First Step Kits – hygiene kits for people in crisis – you can meet basic needs for people who don't know where to turn for help or hope. When Texans on Mission volunteers distribute First Step Kits, they provide a place for both. Click here to learn more.


Send Messages of Hope to people who have been through disasters

When a disaster strikes, people don't know where to turn for help. They don't know who to trust. When a Texans on Mission volunteer connects with them for the first time with a Message of Hope crafted by you, hope sprouts fresh. Find out how you can radically change a life with a simple piece of paper. Click here to learn more.


Learn about and engage in God's mission around the world through a Texans on Mission Interactive

Perfect for people of all ages, the Escape Room-style event teaches students about God's work around the globe and how they can be involved in it as they work through puzzles and clues. Click here to learn more.

 


Donate supplies for people to use after disasters.

When a disaster strikes, people have often lost everything, including items they'd typically have to begin cleaning up. You can jump start the recovery process for someone by providing these items through Texans on Mission Disaster Relief. Click here to learn more.


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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.

Groups' leaders share how God is a work

When WMU of Texas visits, three things are guaranteed to happen:

• A lot of good work for God’s Kingdom

• Connections that multiply ministry

• A whole lot of fun

Tamiko Jones, executive director-treasurer of WMU of Texas, and two other staff members visited TBM Headquarters in Dallas Monday, Jan. 22, to discuss missions and ministry efforts.

"We’re grateful for their partnership," said John Hall, TBM's chief mission officer. "If you haven’t looked at WMU of Texas ministries lately, take another look. God’s doing amazing things through their ministry."