2011 Outreach Report

More than 2,750 people participated in outreach knocking on approximately 23,636 doors.

An additional 300 attendees went out on foot and talked with people they met on the streets of Houston.

Bible study cards distributed: 9,346

Bible studies requested: 2,225

GLOW tracts distributed: 30,000

And we were able to pray with more than 2,300 people!

  • Amanda

    Wow! I feel so blessed to be able to have been a part of this INCREDIBLE conference. I can’t wait for GYC2012 in Seattle! Keep praying, live the faith, and GOD BLESS!

  • Mathuel Browne

    Amen! It is so awesome to see the growth that is taking placing! May God be glorified!

  • Monique Christiansen

    Amen! God is marvelous!

  • Michael

    Wow, that is really incredible! Glad I could be a part of it.

  • Adrien

    Praise the Lord for the opportunity that we had to share Jesus with others that day!

  • Adrien

    Praise the Lord for the opportunity to share Jesus that day!

  • Jilian Maranga


    I was blessed with the opportunity to go for outreach during this year’s GYC and last year also. One thing that struck me on both occasions was our need to share the word of God and this is an awesome thing. In fact, it is our duty as believers to share the gospel with all the world. We are commissioned to do this by Jesus Himself.

    My concern, however, is that we are really not meeting the physical needs of these precious souls.Jesus’ ministry was filled with acts of compassion and sympathy for those in need. He healed them, fed them, listened to them, allowed even children to come to Him and even sit upon his lap.

    How wonderful would it be if upon knocking the door, a believer had in hand a warm blanket to offer, or a bag full of fruits? Even something as simple as a bottle of water will signify a caring heart. When I went for the outreach this year, I and many others walked the streets of downtown Houston, Texas with literature in our hands. Some of the people we talked with and prayed with were walking on foot, on their way home, work or to catch a bus en-route somewhere else.

    For a moment I wished I had some water to give them so their thirst would be quenched. On one street corner, my husband and I met a group of homeless people. How I wish we had offered them some food before we told them about Jesus. How I wish we quenched their thirst before we held their hands to pray. How I wished we actually showed them the love of God before we taught them about God.

    My prayer is that in the future GYC(s) we shall adopt Jesus’ method in ministry by supplying the physical needs of the needy.

  • Jennie Mae Tomagan

    I love GYC! It was such a blessing. I pray that there is no conference this year so that GOD can take us home!
    – FROM GUAM USA <3

  • Jason

    Amen! The impact only an army can have.

  • Jacqueline

    “In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” Phil. 1:4-6. Praise the Lord! It was such a blessing to be a part of GYC this year. Until He comes, let’s be faithful 🙂

  • sonseeker1@live.com

    I have watched your conference the last few years on 3ABN and find you young people so energising and inspiring. I am so excited your next conference will be in Seattle, I am not a young person- actually a 51 year old widow. Is it possible for me to attend? Does it cost?

    • GYC Admin

      It does cost, but you’re more than welcome to come!

  • Leora Bain

    This is awesome!! Praise God!!

  • Steven

    I am trying to find bible study interests in north Houston. Can you tell me more about how GYC found interests? Can I get the same bible study interest cards? What approach was taken? What did they say at each door? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.