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My Heart’s Appeal

My Heart’s Appeal is an Advance of the United Methodist Church (#3022086). It was founded by Mrs. Lovetie Major,M.E. in Maryland as a 501.c.3. to meet the special education and training needs for people with intellectual disabilities living in Liberia, West Africa. The organization was inaugurated in 2001 and has defined its target population as […]

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helping hands photo

Rosenberg-Richmond Helping Hands was founded in 1985 by churches in the West Fort Bend County area, as a non-profit organization that helps people in crisis by providing basic needs on a short-term basis. They strive to provide assistance until the individual or family becomes self-sufficient. They have a very close relationship with partnering churches in West […]

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Kendleton Farms

Kendleton Farms is Elijah Rising’s dream of a multifaceted social enterprise community on 87 acres near Kendleton, Texas.  There, women (and their children) who have survived sex trafficking, sexual exploitation, drug abuse and violence can live, heal and work for a time in order to reenter society with job skills and a viable income. Kendleton […]

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fort bend hope richmond tx

In the early Fall of 2013, we sat down as a church and asked ourselves, “What is going to be different because Faith United Methodist Church is on the map?”  We looked at the neighborhoods that surround us that were hurting, and concluded we couldn’t ignore the area we call, “North Rosenberg.”   North Rosenberg is […]

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  Texas Conference Mission Depot Disaster Relief is one of the many passions of Rev. Scott Moore who serves as the Executive Director of the new Mission Depot built in the Conroe, TX area as a warehouse and “command central” for all things related to recovery. “As the Assistant Director in the Center for Missional […]

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