Since 1967, tbm has been responding to disasters in texas and beyond. That continues today as we serve as first responders in texas, travel internationally for global crises, and help rebuild homes, lives, and communities affected by disaster.
All of TBM’s Disaster Relief ministries operate out of the Love that Christ has for each and every person. Our purpose is to share Christ’s love through meeting needs.
Disaster Relief Teams
Provides spiritual and emotional care to deployed volunteers and victims impacted by a disaster. While everyone on mission with TBM is a witness, some key individuals have special training and approval to answer some of life’s most challenging questions.
With two trailers equipped for fully-functional daycare serving newborns up to age 7, God’s love is shown to children (and parents) by caring for the entire family after disaster strikes. This entertains and provides safe care for children while parents begin re-assembling their property and lives.
Serving hot, well-prepared meals to those affected by disaster shows love and care as well as sustenance and rest that are needed during stressful times. Working alongside the State of Texas, FEMA, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and local churches we meet the physical needs by offering a meal in Jesus’ name and meeting emotional needs through prayer and a listening ear.
Taking our abilities, knowledge, and faith worldwide when invited by local officials to help recover and rebuild after a natural disaster anywhere on earth.
Mud Out / Ash Out
Cleaning out mud from homes after floods or landslides and removing ash after fire or volcanic eruption.
Providing necessary assistance to the work the following enable disaster relief to happen: Durable Medical Equipment, Radio Communications, Recharging Station, and Water Filter Support.
Providing safe drinking water can be the first need in disaster relief, especially overseas. This team provides filters and filtration training to aid the workers and survivors.
If you would like to begin volunteering with TBM, please email us: dr[at]tbmtx.org