Together, Texans on Mission goes where God calls. 

God calls His people to serve locally, across the nation and to the ends of the earth. Featured below are stories of how Texans on Mission volunteers answered God's call to deliver help, hope and healing to thousands of people all over the globe.  

 

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Temple Daily Telegraph shows Texans on Mission in action

The Temple Daily Telegraph, on its TDTnews.com website, showed Texans on Mission volunteer Blaine McCormick helping respond to Temple tornadoes. In the photo, McCormich operates a chainsaw under guidance from Dave Roby (right).

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TXM volunteers help, even on holidays

After storms caused power outages and extensive property damage on May 25 in Pilot Point, north of Dallas, Texans on Mission volunteers are doing what they do best throughout the community. A TXM chainsaw team was out on Memorial Day cutting down tree limbs and clearing other debris from homes.

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Small West Texas church leads financial giving to Texans on Mission

History can hang in the balance at unsuspecting times. A congregation of four or five gathered 20 years ago in Vincent, Texas, to vote on whether or not to disband as a church. One woman cited Scripture: “Where two or more are gathered, God is with us.”

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Chainsaw teams helping Houston find hope

Volunteers are sparking hope in Houston storm survivors this week.

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TXM turning out hot meals for storm victims

Texans on Mission is feeding more than 2,900 meals per day in Houston after a tornado caused massive damage in the area on May 16. The meals are being distributed through the American Red Cross, Salvation Army and local congregations like LifeBrook Church of Houston.

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Volunteers starting chainsaw work Saturday after Houston storm

Texans on Mission Disaster Relief assessors surveyed damage west of downtown Houston today, and the TXM Kingsland Baptist Church chainsaw team from Katy will begin removing downed trees Saturday morning. Also, the state mass feeding unit is expected to head to Houston.

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Baptist Standard: New unit enables expanded disaster relief ministry

Thanks to the creativity of a Mississippi layman and a gift from California Baptists, Texans on Mission provided an expanded service to Southeast Texas families affected by recent flooding, reports the Baptist Standard.

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Chainsaw crews have hands full in South-Central Texas

Texans on Mission chainsaw teams are hard at work in South-Central Texas after a tornado and hail storm swept through the area last Thursday.

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Volunteers deliver 'quite a bit of hope' in Conroe

Texans on Mission volunteers are bringing relief to the people of Conroe. “It’s given me quite a bit of hope that I’ll actually be able to conquer the tasks that are ahead of me,” said Conroe resident Peter Baliukonis.

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Storms leave trails of destruction around Texas

Storms have taken a toll across Texas in recent days, and Texans on Mission has deployed disaster relief volunteers into several communities in May – San Marcos, Conroe, Rising Star, Huffman and Kingwood.

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Volunteers keep hope afloat in flooded Rising Star

Homes were under water in Rising Star, but the hands of Texans on Mission volunteers kept hope afloat in this small West Texas town north of Brownwood.

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Texans on Mission deploys a series of disaster relief teams in what is expected to be a large response

Texans on Mission Disaster Relief has deployed five teams to respond to widespread flooding in Southeast Texas and has many more lined up to serve in a multi-site relief effort.

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