Youth Pastor LaShunda Nickles
Jesus Loves You!

Outreach Ministry For Jesus Christ is Non-Denominational and we are focused on reaching out and helping others, encouraging and motivating others to reach their full potential for God by walking into their Divine destiny, and teaching and ministering the Word of God.

We are focusing on building up communities by bringing hope and a positive outlook to life through the Word of God.

We are classified as a tax deductible public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. We are classified as a Non-Profit Organization through the office of "Secretary State Of Texas". We are also tax exempt in the State of Texas through "Texas Comptroller Of Public Accounts".

This ministry is organized exclusively for charitable and religious purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code, or corresponding section of any future tax code.

Upon dissolution of this ministry, assets shall be distributed for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (C) (3) of the internal Revenue code, or corresponding section of any future tax code, or shall be distributed to the federal government, or to a state or local government, for a public purpose.

Our Purpose:
We supply free school supplies every year for children. We provide non-perish foods and clothing to women, men and children who are in need. We provide fundamental activities to keep our youth off the street. We also minister the Word of God to those who will hear. We are dedicated to bringing souls to Christ.

We have several events and outreach programs throughout the year.

We are moving forward fully focusing on street ministry, group homes for adults, children and young adults, hospitals, spiritual enrichment groups, our prison ministry, women ministry, youth ministry, workshops, traveling and wherever God leads us.

A Note From Pastor LaShunda Nickles:
I hope this answer your questions concerning my ministry.

I mostly do street ministry by reaching out to those who refuse to step a foot in church because they have been hurt by someone in the church. I want them to know that because someone who says that they have God in their life and then mistreat them is not a reflection of Who God Is. 

My ministry is mostly traveling.  I minister the Word of God to those who have been considered as an "outcast" or castaway, those who have been in abusive relationships, on drugs and/or alcohol, children who have been abused, those who are in gangs, those who are homeless and to those who have been broken from life experiences. 

I want everyone to know that God is Love and He is a forgiven God who is waiting on us to surrender ourselves to Him so that we can receive His Holy Spirit. I am not a traditional pastor who only attends church on Sunday. My life for God is a everyday lifestyle and I will always believe in God's Will. God's Will is that none should perish but that all should come to repentance. 

We are all sinners saved by His Grace, and we must make the choice to serve God and live Holy. When I look at a person, I look at their heart and what they can become in Christ Jesus. I am in the process of putting together some ministry Cd's, books, newsletters, and whatever else God leads me to do.  

Thank you all for your support.


LaShunda Nickles, Youth Pastor
First I would like to say to always respect and honor your leader/leaders.
I had a dream where I saw several leaders leading out many followers. They were teaching the Word of God and living the Word of God. However, the followers had their eyes on their leaders instead of God. They depended on their leaders to get them out of everything. They asked their leaders for prayers for every situation but did not go to God themselves.
In the middle of this, there were different leaders teaching the Word of God. All of a sudden, there was a great extremely loud noise upon the earth. The stars began to fall from the sky which cause many explosions. Everyone ran with fear in their hearts. The followers began to call out to their leaders for help, however, the leaders was in the same boat as they were. The leaders was unable to help them, because they were busy trying to save themselves.
The Word of God says to work out our own salvation and to set our affection on the things above. Ask yourself this question, "When Jesus comes back, will I be ready?" We have to get to know God for ourselves. No one can get us into heaven. The leader's job is to be watchmen over his/her followers and to pray for their souls. The leader's job is the teach the Word of God as their followers are hearers of the Word. However, it is up to us to become doers of the Word of God.
No one will face God for you on judgment day. We cannot take anyone with us to plead our case for us. During that day, it will only be you and God. God is looking for us to get close to HIM. Does this mean that you do not have to be under leadership? Of course not, it means that  it is okay to ask your leader for prayer, but also make sure you go to God yourself as well. Draw nigh unto God and he will draw nigh to you.
James 1:22 "But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves."
Philippians 2:12 "Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling."
Colossians 3:2 "Set your affection on things above, not things on the earth".



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