Through your giving, WHCC supports humanitarian work around the world.
Leaders: Todd & Julie Powers
WHERE: Thailand, Pakistan, Myanmar (10/40 window)
WHAT: Empowering next-generation leaders to reach their people for God. Empowering poor and under-privileged children in SE and Central Asia to receive a proper and quality education. Empowering bible schools through: pioneering, teaching, funding, curriculum development, planning and oversight.
They are also involved in church planting, human trafficking prevention and rescue, disaster relief and humanitarian aid, water well projects.
What Matters Ministries and Missions
Leaders: Ivan & Kimberly Tait
WHERE: Guatemala and Kenya
WHAT: Their vision is to impact and change the global crisis of forgotten, abused, and discarded children and widows in developing countries by providing self-esteem and value through education, housing, food, and health care.
They rescue orphans, care for widows, and feed the poor. They also provide medical care, and education.
We also support people in need locally.
West Houston Assistance Ministries (WHAM)
Leader: Mark Brown
WHERE: Houston, TX
WHAT: WHAM is the social services outreach of a coalition of Christian churches located in West Houston. It is dedicated to the provision of social services to the needy without regard to race, religion, gender, national origin or disability. It strives to be a living manifestation of the principles of Christ's Sermon on the Mount in the world.
WHAM provides food, clothing, and financial assistance. They also provide employment services such as adult education, job search assistance, and transportation.
Leaders: Doug & Lisa Stringer
WHERE: Houston, U.S. and International
WHAT: Their mission is to let people know that Somebody Cares. They mobilize Christians into evangelism, thereby transforming communities. Their four main ministry areas to transform communities are:
Disaster & Crisis Response
They seek to identify ministries that empower people to reach their full potential and become all that God envisioned when He created them. By standing side by side with neighbors, they help them reclaim their community. They do not take over or do for others what they can do for themselves. Rather, they empower them so that they can do for themselves.