We're on mission for Christ ... together.


In a world full of pain and hurt, God calls His people to be beacons of light. Since 1967, Texans on Mission – historically called Texas Baptist Men – have sought to do just that by meeting needs and sharing God's love with millions of people during their most difficult days. Christian volunteers like you have served after hurricanes, tornadoes, fertilizer plant explosions, floods, a pandemic and more.


Texans on Mission volunteers walk alongside those who are suffering and change the world one act of service and compassion at a time. By meeting crucial needs after a disaster, providing clean drinking water for people around the globe and undertaking construction projects, volunteers share God’s love with hurting people in Texas, across the U.S. and around the world.


Since 1967, volunteers have delivered help, hope and healing to millions of hurting people and raising up the next generation to do likewise. As a result of that service, we've helped start and train disaster relief groups in all 50 states, giving birth to the third-largest disaster relief network in the nation.


Go on mission


Faith Statement

Texans on Mission is a Christian ministry. As such, our staff and volunteers affirm the following core values and beliefs:

  • Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came into the world, born of a virgin. He lived a sinless life and died on the cross for the sins of the world. He rose again to give us eternal life and is alive today interceding for those who place their faith in Him alone as Savior and Lord.
  • Jesus Christ is the only way to Heaven.
  • Each of us should have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.


Annual Reports

See how Christ is working through Texans on Mission volunteers to bring help, hope and healing to those around the world. 

2023 Annual Report
2022 Annual Report