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Caring for the Homeless: how you can help

We are so excited to announce a new opportunity for Star of Hope friends to serve as virtual volunteers and help end homelessness in Houston! Star of Hope Mission invites you to be among the first fundraisers with the launch of our new personal fundraising opportunity. This means social connections and friends from all over the world can easily support your service and love for the homeless in our... Read More »
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Fall Celebrations at Star of Hope

During my first year working with Star of Hope, the Fall Harvest Festival was one of my first opportunities to serve in our Women and Family Emergency Shelter. I remember God changing and growing my heart for the homeless that evening, and this year was another special time. The guests staying at our shelter were so eager for the festival to begin. I was probably asked a dozen times how much... Read More »
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Together in Hope

Most Friday evenings don’t look like this. Many volunteers gathered in Montrose for Takin’ Hope to the Streets – an outreach opportunity for Star of Hope Mission and Youth with a Mission(YWAM) to care for the homeless in Houston. Two men led us in worship by playing hymns and songs about the love of Jesus, our Savior and Friend. I’m reminded now of His goodness in that first hour, allowing His... Read More »
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Though I Was Blind, Now I See

I didn’t actually know Star of Hope had an eye clinic. Not having put much thought into this, I also didn’t know there were people donating glasses, volunteers performing eye exams, and clients who couldn’t see. So that brings me to the day I had the opportunity to visit the eye clinic at our Men’s Development Center for the first time. I walked in and immediately experienced the familiarities... Read More »
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For He is Doing a New Thing

Three months ago I arrived at Star of Hope Mission, as I had many times before, only this time it was for a new reason. This time I did not come to drop off a donation, not to volunteer for a service project, but as a new employee. In the past three months the Lord has opened my eyes to really see people. Many people come to our doors broken and in need of help. Desperate parents go through... Read More »
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