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On April 25, we held our special 25th anniversary women’s luncheon, Women of Faith. We were so blessed by the more than 400 women—and a few men—who joined us at the Hotel ZaZa - Houston Museum District to celebrate the women... Read More
I see his pain on her face. His sorrow in her eyes. The night is cool, the stars prick the black night. She stands holding a candle, the tears in her eyes reflect its flame. She is one of thousands who fill Antigua’s Central Park. Thousands and yet there is hardly a sound. A cloud of... Read More
It was a bright October day in Mataquescuintla, Jalapa when Eddy came crashing through the tree branches and landed on the hard ground. Eddy was nine years old. His mother, Marta Lydia, was frantic. It was clear that Eddy had severely broken his leg. She gathered him up and took him to... Read More
It is with awe and wonder that we approach this year that we have chosen to call By Faith. The theme comes from Hebrews 11:1-12:2. The reading begins with: “Now faith is being sure of what we hope of and certain of what we do not see.” It ends with: “Since we are surrounded by... Read More
It's official! Faith In Practice's Houston office is fully expanded and renovated, thanks to the generosity of so many who gave their time, resources, and expertise. It is with deep gratitude that we thank Mr. Chuck Stokes and Memorial Hermann Health System, Architectural Floors, Curry... Read More
Join Faith In Practice at the Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference at Lakewood Church the weekend of February 22-23.
The sweet smell of gingerbread baking. Ornaments on the
tree, each holding a memory of years gone by. The nostalgia
of eggnog and garland. Christmas carols known by heart.
“Come all ye faithful. Come let us adore him.” So familiar,
we need not remember the words... Read More
Guatemalan volunteers are gearing up for 2019 after finishing up their conference in Antigua. See what this mission means to them:
In the immediate aftermath of the Volcán de Fuego eruption, Faith In Practice provided targeted care to those affected by the disaster, distributing medicines and supplies and committing to replacing the volunteer firefighters’ uniforms