Karen Stamps #mysalvationstory
on November 3rd, 2020
My name is Karen Stamps and this is #mysalvationstory.
HNW COVID-19 Update!
on October 26th, 2020
Important reminders for this week...
What Love Looks Like
on September 30th, 2020
What Love Looks LikeLast weekend, a group of our city’s homeless enjoyed a hot meal and a shower, had their clothes laundered, selected new clothes, and received a Bible and prayer as HNW volunteers partnered with Mission Centers of Houston for their first "Bless the Homeless" event.Lauren Williams, one of the HNW team members said that not only did she learn a lot, but she left humbled and encour...
"Whew What a Ride!" by Lorie Detter
on September 23rd, 2020
by Lorie Detter I was a World War II baby. I grew up in a home with hard-working parents, but we lived at the poverty level. My church upbringing was very legalistic, and I worked hard to be “perfect.” I spent a lot of time with my grandparents. They impressed on me that getting saved was the goal, and I walked the aisle at age 8. The rules were many: no shorts, no makeup, no swimsuits, long dress...
It's Been Rewarding to Serve
on September 16th, 2020
We've been having "church" on Thursdays at HNW! No chairs, no air conditioning, and no preaching -- but church has happened all the same as volunteers have gathered to distribute 1,000 boxes of food each week to those who need it in our community.
I Will Never Again Doubt
on September 9th, 2020
Your new normal. This phrase was first spoken to me by my oncologist after my first surgery to remove breast cancer. I did not understand what she meant at that time and was not ready to accept that my life would not be able to be the same as it was before. I was clinging desperately to something that was not God’s will for my life.