The Hope Blog

What's new at Hope.

  1. Lunch with Robin and Isabel Smith

    Steve and Robin Smith are former Hope-ites who moved to India and saw a rapidly multiplying movement of disciple-making. They are currently working in Southeast Asia, where we recently sent their family to serve with them (the Rekedals).

    Robin and her daughter Isabel will be with us August 25 for a lunch reception following service, so please join us! We will hear briefly from them about life abroad and open it up for a Q&A time. RSVPs on the Realm or at ceci@theproegers.com

     

  2. Following Jesus: Making Disciples

    Perhaps you have often heard it said Jesus called us to make disciples, NOT converts!

    Yet many of us live with a sense of guilt about not actually making disciples.

    Here’s a simple question:”Do you know HOW to make a disciple?”

    Did you know that we have a family that was sent out of Hope Chapel and moved to India that actually helped start a rapidly multiplying movement of disciple-making?

    On Sept 6 and 7, Robin and Isabelle Smith will share their vast experience of disciple-making with Hope Chapel. They will help facilitate an interactive time of exploring what Scripture says about how Jesus actually made disciples, while praying together about how to do this effectively in our own spheres of influence. You’ll come away with practical tools to further equip you in making disciples as Jesus did, and with a deeper understanding of God’s heart for people.

    RSVP on Realm or Click Here

  3. MOPS at Hope Starts Sept 9

    Join us for MOPS at Hope. The mother of all mom meetups isn’t complete without you.

    When: 2nd and 4th Mondays of most months, starting September 9

    Where: Hope Chapel, 6701 Arroyo Seco Austin 78757

    Sign up for the fall semester here or by contacting Hala Tompkins.

    MOPS is a ministry to Mothers of Preschoolers in Austin. At MOPS, we create a space for you to get to know other moms and participate in a small group of women that truly cares for each other. There’s also a learning time and food, all while your little ones are in the MOPS Kids program (4 months through pre-k age).  Teaching, by both experienced moms and professionals, covers topics such as but not limited to womanhood, marriage and family.

    Registration for MOPS is required and spots in childcare are limited. The $60 semester fee helps to cover costs of childcare and supplies.

    Contact Hala with questions.

  4. What to Expect on Sunday–Parents

    Thanks for your interest in Hope Chapel. We hope you decide to join us this Sunday.

    Arrive at Hope around 9:45 and look for someone wearing a blue HopeKids t-shirt. They’ll show you where the check in kiosks are located and help you get your kids checked in.

    Classes for kids in Kindergarten and younger are on the ground floor. The rooms are marked to make it simple to find the one you need. Elementary classes are held upstairs and are also labeled.

    During the summer, Sunday classes for fours and younger begin at 9:55. Kindergarten and older classes begin after families worship together.

    As always, there will be friendly people in blue HopeKids t-shirts to help you in any way needed.