“And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.” – Isaiah 6:8 ESV
He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. – Mark 16:15
Your commitment to STCH Ministries helps live out these words throughout our nine ministries. You help us carry out our mission to honor God, reach hurting children and families with His Love and Truth, and enable others to join us in this ministry. We are grateful for the ability to share the Gospel to all we serve. You are also serving these individuals through your time, prayers, donations and monetary contributions. Thank you for being part of carrying out God’s command to share the love and hope of the Gospel.
We are blessed to share these sweet stories of how the Gospel has worked in the lives of those in our ministry. The Ministry Continues because of YOU!
Donors have helped STCH Ministries International provide food and resources to our ministry partners in the Dominican Republic. We have been able to support many of the orphanages and schools we partner with such as Raquel’s School.
Every year a group of ladies from University Baptist Church, in Houston, make quilts for our high school seniors. As they make the quilts they pray over each senior and their future. It is a treasured tradition for our seniors!
We hosted our very first Faith & Work class in Spanish with 17 students! In one session, we discussed labels people give us and ones we give ourselves. In tears, one of the students shared how she was always called “worthless” and how impactful it was to hear how God truly sees us as His masterpiece!
As government health restrictions begin to be lifted in regards to COVID-19 in the Dominican Republic, STCH Ministries International has resumed medical clinics. Our medical ministry team is diligently working to see patients again in the medical van.
Our Family Counseling ministry gets REAL in a conversation with one of our church partners, West University Baptist/Crosspoint Church, in Houston. We were featured on their podcast to discuss how to manage your life during social isolation, which included mental health and relationships during the pandemic.
The Athletic Director from Pettus ISD delivered awards to the Boothe Campus. Edna was acknowledged for the state Powerlifting Competition.
Drae received the Eagle Pride Award, which is a huge honor for the athletes at Pettus High School.
We have a grateful and thankful heart as we continue to give God the glory for His protection over our ministry and those we serve. We are graciously humbled to give thanks to you, our supporters – we wouldn’t be able to carry out God’s Will without your commitment.
With sincere gratitude,
Vice President of Development and Communications