by Tyler Lemmons The change of moving is inevitable in the work that we do. A family starts coming to Impact, we build relationships with the parents and children, start picking them up several times a week for different events, and then they are gone. Sometimes this happens suddenly as one day you drive by
One of Impact’s partnerships that continues to be incredibly fruitful is with Arms of Hope, which operates Medina and Boles Children’s Homes and also reaches out to people in poverty through its Family Outreach programs in Dallas, San Antonio, and now Impact in Houston. This program provides an area church with a trained and resourced
Arms of Hope and the Impact Church have partnered with the Houston Food Bank’s Core Connections Network to offer training for individuals with chronic long-term illnesses. The goal is to give our community the possibility of a brighter future with the tools and confidence each individual needs to take an active role in managing
From now until the end of the year, every dollar you give is doubled and helps fund Impact in 2017! Dear Friends, We have a tremendous opportunity! A few generous individuals have agreed to support our Double Your Impact matching funds campaign. Under this agreement, every donation to Impact until the end of this year
By Caroline Nichols As the school year has begun and we have had some time to reflect on all God did this summer, there are so many things to be grateful for. God kept hundreds of children and teens safe as they were picked up and dropped off every day for almost 8 weeks, and
The Wilderness Voyage My name is Nathaniel Johnson and I am a high school intern who went along with the seventeen high school students to Salida, Colorado for Wilderness Trek. This wilderness expedition was a life altering experience for me and many students. Our first event was rappelling off a seventy foot cliff, which went
It is with heavy hearts that we share the passing of our friend Luis Lopez, who died this weekend after a long and painful battle with cancer. Luis was a 20-year-old recent immigrant from Honduras with nothing to his name who found out a mere months after arriving here that he had terminal cancer.
by Zack Lane We had a long but wonderful day recently as a group of 56 Impact High School students went to Impact Temple, a church in Temple, Texas that is a close sister church of Impact. We went to help with things around the building and also to put on a Carnival for the
by Dennis Jaeger Dear Friend of Impact, Grace and Destiny, fourth-grade twin girls, have been attending Impact for four years. They, along with 40 other children, began attending Impact through a series of several cookouts at their newly rebuilt apartment complex. Grace and Destiny’s mom, a single parent struggling to raise the twins on her
by Carlos Ingles Last week we posted about our brother Luis Lopez, who we met through one of our members who is a nurse where he receives treatments for Sarcoma, a type of cancer. Luis, who is only 20 years old and came to this country just last year after his father was murdered in
by Caroline Morales Thank you! We are so thankful for our 28 Thursday night children’s Bible class teachers and volunteers! This school year about 150 children learned about the life of Christ for an hour each Thursday night. Many of our teachers travel over an hour in Houston traffic to love and teach our children.
by Tyler Lemmons Recently we celebrated the end of our third year of Impact Mentoring with a bowling party! The mentoring pairs were able to cheer each other on through many gutter balls and a slice or two of pizza. We always like to end the year with a special party as a way to