Star of Hope Mission
For Houston’s Homeless Since 1907
A message from the President & CEO. Hank Rush
Struggle. Disappointment. Joy. HOPE.
Doesn’t this describe life’s journey–both the darkness and the light?
Even Jesus’ journey, which we celebrate during the Easter season, was characterized by both darkness and light–from His rejection and brutal suffering on the cross to the joyous reality of His resurrection. Jesus suffered, but He endured “for the joy set before Him” (Heb. 12:2).
There are hundreds of life stories at Star of Hope that are filled with disappointment...failure...and worst of all, hopelessness. Bad decisions. Addictions. Homelessness.
Every generous gift you give, however, enables the men, women and children at Star of Hope the opportunity for a better life–a life of significance, meaning and joy! But more importantly, you enable our residents to find tStar of Hope Mission Houston, Texas For Houston’
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