Community & State
Established in 1986, the NextStep Women’s Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving women and men in North Texas who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. Their mission is to affirm life by providing emotional, spiritual, educational, and material support in a non-judgmental environment. Their goal is that everyone who comes in feels cherished and encouraged.
The Harvest House provides basic necessities, spiritual encouragement, education, and care to individuals and families in the community by following Biblical principles. Their vision is to help families break the cycle of hopelessness by providing resources that assist in restoring their dignity and independence.
Harvest House implements its mission and vision by sharing the love of Christ through service and spreading the gospel; by maintaining integrity and transparency in service and business matters and functions as a team player with other organizations in the community who seek to help those in need of nutritional, financial, or spiritual restoration.
Supporting PNS is an outreach ministry of TPC. Every second Sunday, we meet at PNS at 3:45 PM to help serve dinner and whatever else is needed. If you want to feel truly blessed, volunteer at PNS.
National & International
Christ for India exists to fulfill Christ Great Commission to India by TRAINING nationals as pastors and evangelists, ESTABLISHING native churches, PROVIDING humanitarian aid, and Educating India’s future leadership.
Jameson Titus serves as President of Christ for India. He is the son of the late Dr. P. J. Titus and Mary Titus, founders of the ministry. Jameson has served the ministry in many ways from the beginning. In February 2001, he began working for Christ for India on a fulltime basis. Over the years, he has served many roles: office work, board director, and Vice President. Jameson was unanimously elected President of this world-impacting ministry in 2003.
Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, CMIA is a Bible-believing, non-denominational, independent mission that is reaching out with the love of Christ to the people of Africa. Click on the above link to see how God is working through Christian Ministries in Africa to impact the Kingdom for Christ, and see how He can use you to make a personal difference in this ministry.
The Tikkun International mission is to effectively fulfill Yeshua’s Great Commission through an apostolic network that restores the synergy of five-fold leadership to provide effective accountability and oversight to leaders, ministries, and congregations through covenant relationships and mutual support.
In this 14th year of Mission: Water for LIFE, we have set our sights on the largest goal ever for this outreach – 500 wells. Each well, with your help, will be a life-changing blessing to families and entire villages.
Since 1990, Global Advance has sponsored indigenous training and ministry encouragement for more than half a million front-line shepherds in eighty nations and counting. Two training centers were built and numerous partnerships were developed with hundreds of churches and ministries.
Mercy Ministries’ free-of-charge, voluntary, and faith-based residential program serves young women, ages 13-28, from all socioeconomic backgrounds, who face a combination of life-controlling issues such as eating disorders, self-harm, drug and alcohol addictions, depression, and unplanned pregnancy. Mercy also serves young women who have been physically and sexually abused including victims of sex trafficking. Using proven methods, a holistic approach, and professional counselors in a structured residential environment, Mercy has helped thousands of young women be restored to wholeness. Mercy’s goal is to help these young women find freedom from their issues and empower them to serve in their communities as productive citizens.
FOM in Haiti has planted thirty churches with over six-thousand in attendance during weekend services and one thousand attending their morning prayer meetings. They have built seventeen academic schools and four accredited Bible schools, and they feed three-thousand children each day.