Mission: Possible! Austin’s Family of Ministries
“Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.”
A traditional family has many different members, but it works and lives together as one family. Mission: Possible! Austin is committed to living as Christ’s body in the community. Our “family of ministries” includes our programs and other organizations to help the community as a whole. Mission: Possible! Austin has a program for people in all seasons of life. Listed below are current Family of Ministries: Nikos Camping Ministry,Big Fish Club (Bible clubs for kids), Fuze (youth group), Cornerstone After-School Program, Lifeline Pregnancy Resource Center, Restoration Art Center, Tree of Lights Christmas Store, Hesed Homes, Street Pastors, Church Under the Bridge, B.A.G.S. Grocery Delivery, and Community Bible Study.
Vision: A family of believers living as Christ’s body for the good of our community and the glory of God.
Mission: SCATTER, GATHER, GROW
Service: 11 am Sunday mornings at 1190 Chicon St. Austin, TX 78702
Eastside Community Church is a plant from Wells Branch Community Church, and serves as a part of Mission: Possible! Austin’s “Family of Ministries”. Mission: Possible! Austin is supported by a variety of churches, but Eastside Community Church serves as a local church body committed to serving the community. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Possible! Austin deals with several people in the community battling addictions. Recovery ATX hosts Alcoholics Anonymous, Heroin Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous groups throughout the week in the evenings. Check out their website for calendar events. For more information please email
Texas Christian Community Development Network
The new network is being birthed with the four million Texans living in poverty as our priority. While we recognize the significant work that many churches and non-profits are doing in their own communities, we know that the numbers of Christians in Texas who are currently providing empowering and holistic ministries are small in comparison to the need. Regardless of one’s political and social views, we acknowledge God’s biblical mandate to address the needs of the poor goes beyond partisanship. We affirm that Jesus was “anointed to bring good news to the poor” and brought healing and hope to the voiceless, powerless and those trapped in systemic injustices.