Reach North Texas restores hope and humanity to those that need it most. By providing for the practical needs of the vulnerable and creating spaces to develop the spiritual needs of the church, we aim to live and love like Jesus.
Becoming more involved beyond the walls of our home or our church is just inevitable once we experience the love of Christ.
We specifically enjoy providing school supplies, boxes of food, Christmas toys, gently-used clothing, toiletries, household items, and referrals or information at events we host throughout the year.
If someone can experience the vast love of the Lord through the humble hands of His servants, then our God can show up powerfully and transform a seemingly hopeless situation.
Reaching the World
In an attempt to express the love of Christ, we do radical things. We dare to believe the actions of a few can change the destiny of many. Even if the work we do in the North Texas area is not for everyone, we still desire to be a resource and connect individuals to the best service and worship opportunities nationwide.
Why here? Why now?
There's a startling need right here in North Texas. We have called our work "Serving in Suburbia." The needs are different than in other areas and they can be very well disguised at times, but I can assure you that they are deep and they are prevelant.
We need help all throughout the year. At our annual community events and at our smaller fellowship gatherings, we need people to spend time with our guests, cook and serve food, organize games and give out goodies. You can get involved as an individual, family, team or business. We don’t have any age restrictions and are happy to accommodate small groups and special requests.
We encourage all of our volunteers to reach beyond their current circumstances and let someone that’s been forsaken or forgotten that there's hope. It's less stressful to be comfortable, but we promise that the messy side of ministry is worth it. Seeking out the overlooked and underserved is both a challenge and a blessing. It is possible to live in such a way that everyone knows they are seen, heard, appreciated, respected and loved.
“I used to be afraid of failing at something that really mattered to me, but now I'm more afraid of succeeding at things that don't matter.”
— Bob Goff