In The Mission, one of our primary Missions is to reach out to the lost, sick, and poor communities in our area by sharing the love that Jesus Christ has shared with us. Through various activities and partnerships with other local ministries, the ultimate purpose of our outreach ministry is working together to establish God’s kingdom and provide services for the unfortunate, while helping each other in any way possible. This keeps us connected with the local church in a large way, and stimulates the significance of discipleship.
The Mission meets primarily on the Lone Star College campuses scattered throughout the Greater Houston Area. Our main headquarters can be found on the Montgomery campus, where we typically meet twice a week for worship, teaching, and fellowship.
Our House of Prayer is comprised of intercessors who have dedicated one hour of their daily schedules to praying for our school and region. The commitment of twenty four or more intercessors constitutes continuous, non-stop prayer as seen in the Tabernacle of David (1 Chronicles 22:1-24:1), and maintains a system that strives to imitate the unceasing prayer, worship, and adoration that is currently taking place in the throne room of God (Revelation 4)
Sign up for a prayer hour in the form below, and intercede with us every week!
The Mission engages in and encourages students (both on and off school grounds) to routinely dedicate time throughout their week to evangelize around the campus and region. The ultimate goal is to spread revival, and to see Christ’s kingdom established around us.
City groups are meetings where we gather to equip ourselves with the necessary knowledge and experience to go out and make disciples of those around us. Join us at one of multiple locations for a gospel-centered message, worship, testimony, and fellowship.
“I will sing to the LORD as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have being.” (Psalm 104:33)
Glorifying God through song, dance, and any activity that remarkably resembles an obvious obsession with His ordinance is something we see as an overt obligation given from our fervent Father. Worship diligently demonstrates our desperation, and displays a daily demeanor that passionately permeates the pestilence, perversion, and pride that so subtly tries to steal our sanctity. Our deepest desire is to deliver to our deity a doxology that defeats darts of destitution and death, while putting our high priest on a preeminent pedestal that presides over every worldly property and palace, that His name would be praised now and for all eternity.
In a culture where Christ reigns as king, the stimulation of a gospel-centered community is essential. Our desire is not to spread a gospel of hate, hurt, or harassment; rather, it is to promote a peace-treaty that proclaims an unconditional expression of love, joy, and happiness! It is to put ourselves last, and to share these divine pleasures with all of those around us. As we maintain an environment that is rooted in these principles, we are earnestly expecting and awaiting the glorious return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!
As believers of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we believe that baptism cleanses us from all sin and reserves a place for us in His eternal kingdom. And since Jesus was baptized to fulfill all righteousness, we understand that this task is just as much our own obligation in order to fulfill the destinies to which we have been called in His Name. Baptism as a commitment to believe in the life of Jesus, and to live fully and eternally for the will of God the Father solidifies the assurance of our salvation, and opens brand new doors of breakthrough and revelation that are humanly unreachable, and unfathomable in their glories.
The Word of God, paired with an intimate relationship with the Father and wise council from His Holy Spirit constitutes what we know as the Gospel. The Holy Bible in its entirety contains a vast account of His history, heritage, and hope; including a message that proclaims the power and priestliness of God’s love for His people, and how this love determines the fate of the world we live in; all while bestowing grace, mercy, and compassion upon all of those who seek it.
Here you'll find all of the information you need to join us for a meeting or event! Take a look at the different selections below and consider joining us at a location that is near you!
Note: Addresses and times listed are subject to change at any time, so subscribe to our email list below, and stay in the loop!
During the Spring, Fall and Winter, this schedule is in effect daily. In the Summer, it continues once a week. (on Wednesdays)
After subscribing below, take a look at our Prayer Goals to use as a reference during your hour, and you'll notice your intercession reaping fresh fruit on a daily basis.
(Article) Santa Is Dead! - Jon Beadle
(Screenplay) Conviction of the Felonious Flesh - by: Trey Timmerman
(Poetry) The Humble Titan - by: Trey Timmerman
(Article) "Saints or Sinners...". - Jon Beadle
(Article) "Dear Generation..." - Jon Beadle
(Article) “Dear Holy Spirit...” - Jon Beadle
(Article) "...The Messiah" - Trey Timmerman
Conviction of the Felonious Flesh - by: Trey Timmerman
The Humble Titan - by: Trey Timmerman
Disciples... - by: Thomas Wooldridge
The Hunt - by: Trey Timmerman
Fate-Changer - by: Trey Timmerman
Destitute - by: Trey Timmerman
Hold Fast - by: Thomas Wooldridge
Glory - by: Trey Timmerman
Psalm - by: Trey Timmerman
"Word and Spirit Together..." - David Pawson
“Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire...” - Jim Cymbala
“The Cross and The Switchblade” - David Wilkerson
“Knowledge of the Holy” - A.W. Tozer
"Culture of Honor...” - Danny Silk
“Radical...” - David Platt
“Holiness, Truth, and...” - Francis Frangipane
“The Ragamuffin...”- Brennan Manning
“The Cost of Discipleship” - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
"The Essential Guide to Healing..." - Bill Johnsonand Randy Clark
"The Gospel According to Christ" - Mark Stelter
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