adminIt's the first week of the month which means #adorecentralhouston is this Wednesday at the Catholic Charismatic Center! Join @jonthesmaller, @ennie4, and @davemooremusic for another round of the #exodusseries! Link in profile for more info.
adminAdore has a lot going on this October! One special event is coming up on October 14. Some of our missionaries are back from seeing the Holy Father in Philadelphia and will be sharing their experiences and reflections alongside @audreyassad at #adorenorthhouston. Worship, adoration, and community fellowship also included! Check out our Facebook page for more details! Link in profile.
adminHouston! Look who's coming to #adorecentralhouston next Wednesday! We are pumped to have Bishop Brendan Cahill and @robbieseay leading us as we begin the #exodusseries. More info at adoreministries.com.
adminHouston, now's your chance to get exclusive pre-sale tickets to @therealmattmaher's concert on October 23 with @ksbjse! Follow the link in our profile and use the passcode SAINTS. Only available today!
adminWe are pumped to help @ksbjse promote @therealmattmaher's upcoming concert in Houston! Go to www.adoreministries.com to find out how you can get exclusive access to pre-sale tickets available tomorrow only!
admin#Repost @mattyhams24・・・No filter but God's. We see His nature revealed in his created things. Stop and stare long enough, stop and quiet ourselves long enough, and we can't help to ask what's behind the beauty of these created things, where did this good come from and who's the creator behind it. Beauty leads to good leads to truth…this is the way real life normally happens.Live a #lifeofjoy and people will begin to ask where that beauty comes from as well.
adminGet ready for this semester's new worship series! We've got more details coming soon about who's speaking and leading worship and some new locations outside of Houston. It's gonna be a great Fall! #exodusseries #adorecentralhouston #adorenorthhouston
adminTonight was the last night of my summer with Adore and St. John Fisher youth. As this day grew closer, I knew it would be a difficult goodbye. The kids made a running joke of what particular moments would bring me to tears. I am proud to say there were only a few of these moments (that they know about). When I showed up in Houston three months ago, I hoped and prayed that this experience would be one of growth. I never expected that each stranger I met would soon become a close friend, that I would feel so comfortable within the church and community, or that Christ would foster so much love in my relationships with the youth. Once again, God blew my plans out of the water with a #lifeofjoy so much better than what I could have dreamed up for myself. My prayers will stay with my SJF and Adore family as I head back to college this semester. Luckily, A&M isn’t too far from this world I love so much, and I get the chance to visit! Thank you to all who have made this summer possible for me. All glory be to God!