A big church can make a big difference

We can change the lives of millions across the street and around the world, knowing we not only have the capacity to usher in change, but we have the authority as the ambassadors of Christ and His Kingdom in this world. We are called  to “Go” and proclaim the Gospel, the good news, good news that impacts not only the Spiritual eternity of people but radically alters the physical world we live in today. We are charged to proclaim to all humanity the message of:

Redemption. Freedom. Justice. Hope. Peace. Healing.

This indeed is the message of the gospel:
Brokenness + Redemption = Transformation.

– Kerry & Chris Shook

Ultimately targeting Spiritual needs, we understand that if we wish to share our faith with people in various physical realities, we must address the painful conditions and circumstances in which they live. To fail to do so, we fail to show them the fullness of Christ’s beauty. We see Jesus Himself model this in His ministry.

We have taken aim at addressing the spiritual needs of mankind as we enter through the door of meeting very real physical and social needs both across the street and around the world.

Global Missions

In partnership with indigenous leaders in target nations, our global impact projects are scalable, sustainable, and measureable endeavors to share the hope of Christ around the world in tangible methods to meet specific needs, ultimately bringing lasting change to both the physical and spiritual conditions of the cultures and people we serve.


Local Missions

In partnership with community leadership, fellow churches, and alliance organizations, our local and domestic impact initiatives share the hope of Christ across our nation in tangible methods that pave the way for transformational change and sustainable development in the cities and communities we serve.


Disaster Relief

When disaster strikes, our advance team from Woodlands Church is dispatched and on the ground to determine how we can best serve. Working through local agencies and churches of affected areas, teams of volunteers are trained to address the specific needs of a crisis and deployed to support relief efforts while offering hope and encouragement.

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