Throughout the years, IHS has had many interns come work and serve with us. IHS interns have been an invaluable asset to our ministry and we are grateful to partner with them. Interns can serve in various capacities – education, Learn More
On June 19th, 1965, news of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the Southern United States finally reached Galveston, Texas. Two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, federal troops finally arrived in Texas to announce the long-overdue liberation Learn More
“Local moving company collects items for battered women during ‘Movers for Moms’ campaign. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK’s Shelby Taylor and In His Steps Ministries’ Carolyn Bacon on WLBT. View link here: ‘Movers for Moms’ campaign’
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Recently, a group from Eagle Scout Troop #15 came to In His Steps ministries to build two tables and four benches. The picnic tables will be used at our new campsite to serve the community. We are so grateful for Learn More