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Kelley's Story
Nov 8 2:09 PM

Kelley's Story

Nov 8 2:09 PM
Nov 8 2:09 PM

Have you ever felt like the weight of the world was on your shoulders? Have you turned to worldly solutions to try and mask your pain, only to find out they will never heal you? You will want to read Kelley’s story of redemption, recovery, and reconciliation. From what felt like the lowest points in Kelley’s life, God brought her to Hill Country to encounter supportive community,  honest relationships, and most importantly, the redemptive grace of Jesus Christ! Read her story here.

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Tendayi's Story
Apr 28 4:31 PM

Tendayi's Story

Apr 28 4:31 PM
Apr 28 4:31 PM

Have you ever felt God nudge you to do something that at the time didn’t seem to make much sense? That happened to Tendayi on Christmas Eve 2020. While out walking, she met a neighbor who encouraged her to go to a Christmas service at a church. As she considered this, she felt a prompt to attend Hill Country—a church that she’d never attended before and didn’t really know much about. Responding to the nudge, she attended a Hill Country Christmas Eve service, where she had a wonderful experience!

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Melanie's Story
Apr 14 10:46 AM

Melanie's Story

Apr 14 10:46 AM
Apr 14 10:46 AM

Melanie is a nurse practitioner in the Austin area who cares for two nursing homes. Because of the virus, these nursing homes have been having significant problems stocking supplies that they use on a regular basis like masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer. She put out a call on her personal Facebook to anyone who might have any of these items. See what happened next!

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Jim's Story
Apr 2 11:18 AM

Jim's Story

Apr 2 11:18 AM
Apr 2 11:18 AM

Our COVID-19 Volunteers are helping to meet needs within our community daily! Amy runs Faith Home Restoration, a safe place for recovering homeless women in Austin. She's also in the high-risk category during the COVID-19 pandemic. When her lawnmower broke down, she reached out, and Jim Kaskill stepped up to help.

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The Forrester's Story
May 1 10:02 AM

The Forrester's Story

May 1 10:02 AM
May 1 10:02 AM

The Forrester’s were living in Texas with no immediate family, and with the husband travelling a lot for work, the wife felt isolated. Thankfully, they found a small group, which offered community and support. That community rallied around them when they experienced an unimaginable tragedy — they lost a baby with health conditions just hours after his birth. Watch their inspiring story.

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