Entries by Mission U-Too

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Meet A Volunteer: Brandon

Brandon Phifer has been leading the Justin site since 2016, but has been a part of Mission U-Too almost since it’s beginning. Check out his story to learn about his heart and vision for Mission U-Too in the Denton area. Years ago my closest friends started serving burgers and hot dogs in Bastrop, TX under […]

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Meet A Volunteer: Hannah

Hannah is a cheerful 14-year-old who has been serving with Mission U-Too at various locations since 2012. She heard about Mission U-Too from her mom, Christine, who had first heard about the ministry at a local community group. She has been serving with her family ever since. Hannah’s family started serving for the Bastrop North site in […]

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Serving Christmas Meals

Christmas time is here! The holiday season doesn’t stop Mission U-Too from serving every week. What a great way to spread Christmas cheer and to proclaim the gospel. One of the best ways to proclaim the gospel is through serving others in practical ways. We have two Mission U-Too locations serving on Christmas Day. We’d love […]

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Meet a Volunteer: Jane

Jane and Mike first started serving with Mission U-Too in November 2015. We first met them a month earlier when they stopped to get some food from our disaster relief team as they were nervously waiting out the Hidden Pines Fires in Smithville, TX where they lived. Mike and I began serving with Mission U-Too November […]

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#GivingTuesday

For the past 5 years, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving has been a day to take a break from all the shopping deals and holiday buzz and take time to support charitable organizations near and far. This #GivingTuesday, we hope to take time to read through some of our stories and learn a little more about […]

Paula’s Life-Changing Transformation

Paula’s life has not been easy. She’s struggled with alcoholism, spending time in prison, serious health issues, abusive relationships, and being estranged from many people in her family. All of these challenges made her feel isolated and depressed, and she truly believed the lie that she was not worth anything. After her first meal at […]

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A Mission U-Too Thanksgiving

The holidays are here and we are thankful for you! What a great time of year to come and serve the community of Smithville. Mission U-Too’s Smithville site has been serving on Thanksgiving Day for the past four years. Because the site’s “normal” serving day is Thursday, we are blessed to continue to serve on […]

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“Now I know why I came”

“I shouldn’t have come,” Nancy said. “Why?” I asked. “Because I’m embarrassed others need it more than me, I should go.” I walked around the picnic table to sit down with her and asked her to please stay. She looked at me in the eyes and said, “Thank you for having me.” Nancy is a […]

Next Level Ride Fright Jam

Bring the whole family and come out and support Mission U-Too this weekend at Next Level Ride’s Fright Jam! Saturday, October 29th // 10:30 AM – 1:00 AM Next Level Ride // 5400 Highway 71 E, Del Valle, Texas 78617   Show up early and enjoy watching some of the best wakeboard riders in Central Texas followed by open […]

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Meet a Volunteer: Molly

Molly serves every week at our Giddings location. Here is her story about the impact her life has had from building relationships through Mission U-Too. Serving at Mission U-Too has been one of the best things to happen to me since moving to Texas almost 2 years ago. I remember so clearly the first night I was […]