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I’ve spent the last week with my family on the Texas Gulf Coast. What an incredible place. Great people. Unique culture. An important slice of Americana. Being here and visiting with our teams and staff who are serving we’ve come across many hurting people who are trying to survive physically and emotionally on a daily basis. Why?

Remember last August when Hurricane Harvey devastated the Texas Gulf Coast with punishing winds and 50 inches of rain over 3 days?

10 months later in rural Wharton County thousands of homes have undergone little to no repair. 10 months later! We’ve seen many of them with our own eyes. In home after home people live without running water, electricity, or other life essentials, and most of their former belongings. 10 months later it seems as if the hurricane happened yesterday. Homes have been gutted and emptied and not restored to any sense of dignity. People need help! It’s the people that were poor before Harvey that need help the most, because they have virtually nothing, 10 months later!

I’m so proud of our teams who have served here in Wharton County this summer and for those who are still headed this way. You have made a huge difference and will continue to do so. Thank you!

Now I plead for more help. More teams and churches to respond to a need which will continue for years to come. Yes, for years to come Thirst Missions will serve the people in Wharton County, Texas and we ask on behalf of the poorest of poor in our own country who became hurricane and flood victims, to come serve along with us on the Texas Gulf Coast. We ask for the hands and feet of Christ to continue to rise up and serve. Please join us! www.thirstmissions.org

Jason Pfingsten
Founder and CEO
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The Texas Gulf Coast Staff has been hard at work the last few weeks! New teams arrive tomorrow, so please keep them in your prayers as they continue to work in homes and share the love of God with families in Wharton County. #restoretexas #thirstmissionstx #thirstmissions ... See MoreSee Less

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"They were extremely passionate about the work and focused on the outcomes. They served well together and did a great job of keeping us updated. We were all very impressed by their willingness to go the extra mile during the week."

Lewis, Colorado Community Church

"We couldn't have asked for better guides and coordinators. They were patient, courteous, punctual and kept us informed each day as to what we could expect and if plans were changing, very professional and high quality coordinators."

Ertha Bruce, Above & Beyond Fellowship

"We were well prepared logistically. Things we needed for the trip were well stated and planned out. Preparing in the spirit for ministry, I was apprehensive, but as time came to meet the needs, God gave us his unforced grace."

Michael Telschow, Wakarusa Missionary Church

Long-Term Partnerships


 

We invite you to consider developing a long-term partnership with a congregation in one of our ministry locations. Thirst Missions is excited to be a part of lining up and following through on these long-term partnerships. If this type of long-term ministry is part of your philosophy of missions, we would love to work with you to partner long-term or short-term to the same community and congregation. What a blessing it would be for both congregations!

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Begin Your Journey With Us


 

  1. Read through our website and contact us with questions about a potential trip.
  2. Register for a trip (takes 2 minutes).
  3. You will receive a welcome email with electronic resources for your trip.
  4. You will receive a package of brochures and promotional materials to help promote your trip.
  5. After your first payment, you will be contacted by a Thirst Missions Consultant to plan your trip. Leave the hard work to us!
  6. You’re on your way to your life changing mission trip!