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Things that I pray for

I am super excited to share my experiences with you and I pray that while reading them you will be blessed and encouraged by the testimonies and stories. God is preparing and blessing us here at Star of Hope and we have kicked off the New Year with a new season of life and beginnings. I have the...

Finding Hope in the Aisles of a Grocery Store

Just after the holidays, I was on my way home from work one evening and decided to stop by the grocery store to grab a few things for dinner. This was my typical, yet dreaded, routine as the hustle and bustle of shoppers at 5pm does not yield the most desirable shopping experience. With grocery list...

Running for a Reason

Today I ran my fifth Chevron Houston Marathon. I have been a runner off and on for the past 12 years and have done several different types of events … marathons, half marathons, 10Ks, 5ks and relays. But in all those years, today was the first time I ever cried when I crossed the finish line. I...

Christmas Peace at Star of Hope

Christmas is almost here, and the past two months have been no exception to what is always the busiest time of the year at Star of Hope! We now are serving 1,200 men, women and children each day, two-thirds of these are women and children. We anticipate serving 45,000 meals in the month of December...

Thanking God for you!

As I look forward to celebrating Thanksgiving this week with my family, I am ever mindful of the individuals and families who will be celebrating Thanksgiving at the Star of Hope. This is where they will share a hot meal, have a place to sleep for the night and feel safe. I am so thankful Star of...

Why I joined the Circle of Hope

We are grateful for friends like you who give to help the hungry and homeless of Houston with Star of Hope Mission. Many of our supporters want to take the next step and make an even greater difference. They belong to our Circle of Hope because they have made a monthly commitment to support our...