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 tangilble 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 show how to make spring break life changing

Teenagers from First Baptist Church in Gilmer served food to homeless persons in San Marcos, and they also sat down to eat and talk with them.

From yard work to home repairs to serving homeless persons, volunteers bring help, hope, healing

Twenty teenage Texans on Mission volunteers and leaders are spending their spring break as part of Revive San Marcos – 17 from First Baptist Church in Gilmer. Add in disaster relief volunteers who are providing food for the teens and others in the community, and 36 total are involved.

The teens are doing lawn work, painting, removing and installing flooring, fixing broken plumbing, packing First Step kits and more – all with adult guidance. They are working in partnership with Mission Able of First Baptist Church San Marcos.

Tuesday evening they served dinner to homeless persons at Southside Community Center in San Marcos. After serving the food, they got food themselves and sat down to eat with those they had just served.

David McClintock of Mission Able worked with the teens doing yard work. "They're eager beavers," he said. "They get after it. They do whatever you ask them to do. They're just like we older men; they break things, too."

Wayne Barrick of FBC Gilmer worked with the teens in flooring a house. "They had to learn from the ground up, and they jumped in and did great. And they also spent time talking with the homeowner, an 80-year-old Black lady, and she told them about growing up in segregation. So it was really rewarding seeing them being able to talk back and forth with her. She enjoyed it; they enjoyed it. That was great."