The church is to be light—“a city on a hill” (Matt 5:14). As light we are to “expose” (Eph 5:11-13), or push back darkness, transforming it, renewing it by the power of the Gospel. Ultimately, our power is in Jesus—the Head of the Church (Col 1:18)—who is light that has come into the darkness, “and the darkness shall not overcome [Him]” (John 1:5).

Our hope is that we would be known by our radical justice for the oppressed and compassion for the poor that flows from our deep understanding of who Jesus is and what he has done for us. Jesus went out of his way a lot. He let a prostitute wash his feet with her hair, he touched lepers, he welcomed tax-collectors. Showing compassion to those in need shows a watching world what God is like. He takes what is broken and redeems it, He meets people where they are at and leads them out of darkness into his marvelous light.


orphan care team

As a people of God, made in His image, we are called to care for the orphan. Most of us automatically think of adoption and foster care as the means of doing so; however, allow me to further the pressure on you, it is but a means of caring for the fatherless. God, in His sovereignty, has created a multitude of avenues for you to be obedient his call to care for the orphans.




Our mission is to develop healthy, restorative relationships with the people in our community who need a network of support the most. Through our three core programs, special events, and more we are able to provide 38 relationship building events every single month. Everyone in Fort Worth deserves to be seen, known, and loved, and it’s The Net’s job to make sure that’s the case.



The Fort Worth Pregnancy Center empowers you with the information and support you need to make a decision about your pregnancy and next steps.