Agents of Grace - Our Beginning
It started off with a desire to serve the Houston Homeless community for the 2020 Winter season by way of gathering winter jackets and other clothing. Since then, that idea has grown into a desire to do even more in the community, utilizing every God given spiritual gift, physical talent, partnership, life experience, and earthly resource to serve low income families and at-risk youth in the community.
Who we serve
Agents of Grace currently strives to provide resource assistance, life building strategies and initiatives, and Discipleship opportunities to:
Low Income Families
Resource and strategy support
Especially in times such as these, Low income families often times encounter difficulty with obtaining certain basic needs and providing opportunities for enriching activities (such as sports, social groups, etc.) for their children.
We desire to provide families with resource support and economic strategies that will have an eternally transformative impact inside and outside of the home.
Social, Academic, and Health based impact
Due to varying life circumstances, many youths don't have access to certain basic necessities, leaving some to feel like their lives don't matter, and it can result in very self destructive behavior. Health is neglected, academics suffer, and relationships are strained.
We desire for these youths to know their lives do matter, and that their circumstances don't define them or predetermine their futures.
Salvation and Discipleship
Romans 3:23 teaches us that we have all sinned and have fallen short of the glory of God. Acts 10:34-35 then teaches us that anyone, regardless of nation, can receive the love of God in Christ.
We all, regardless of upbringing, nation, or social/economic status, are all sinners in need of a savior, and Christ is him.
We strive to love and serve all for God's glory.
Our 3 Missional pillars
Our three missional focus points in how we serve
There is nothing in all of creation that
can separate humanity from the love of God in
Christ Jesus. (Romans 8:38-39)
Socioeconomic status is a designation,
not one's identity. (Colossians 3:1-4)
Present day circumstance alone is
not the indicator for one's future
successes or failures, but rather
one's willingness to understand, work,
persevere, and conquer. (Romans 8:31-37)
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