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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Volunteers send message that God doesn’t forget those in need

Thank you notes are often brief but contain a great deal of heart. Such was a note TBM received from Ann: “Thank you for reminding me that God didn’t forget about me.”

Sabrina Pinales, director of missions and discipleship, received the note from Ann, whom she met during a service project at Haven of Love in DeSoto.

“I could barely hold back the tears as I read her message,” Pinales said.

Short-term service projects are emerging as a popular ministry of TBM: Texans on Mission. It joins two emphases: Missions and Rebuild.

In the draining heat of this past Texas summer, TBM organized volunteers to work on varied service projects in the Dallas area – replacing a fence at a residential facility for women in crisis, repairing a wind-damaged home, and removing water-damaged materials from another home.

Ann, who wrote the note to Pinales, is a resident at the women’s facility. The two met while working on the TBM project that involved removing an old fence and then clearing the property and installing a new fence.

Volunteers spent three days at Haven of Love, the women’s facility in need of a privacy fence.

“It was extremely hot, with temperatures well above 100 each day,” Pinales said. “Quite honestly, I thought we had lost our minds in agreeing to take on a fence project during the record-breaking Texas heat.”

Pinales and Ann met the first day.

“Ann had just arrived the day before and was so excited to be the first resident at Haven of Love,” Pinales said. “She was a joy to get to know and a very hard worker. She talked with everyone and made sure that she was always available to serve in any way possible.

“Ann loves the Lord and has made a decision to follow Him and make positive changes in her life,” Pinales continued. A week after the project was completed, Pinales received thank you messages from staff and volunteers, including the one from Ann.

“Praise the Lord for his redeeming love and for allowing our team to play a small part in sharing His love,” Pinales said. “Heat or no heat I am ready for the next project. Bring it on!”

(“Ann” is a pseudonym to protect the resident’s identity.)