Radio Interview with “U2 Have Hope”

Our Executive Director, Kathryn Woodmansee, of Urban Bible Outreach was interviewed on 91.3FM by Carrie Cooper, host of “U2 Have Hope.” Carrie’s show offers testimonies of faith and discipleship as well as spotlights area nonprofit ministries. It airs on Saturdays in the Dallas metroplex as well as several other cities across the nation. We invite you to listen below, and as you do, please pray that God’s mighty power to change lives, restore relationships, and grant a peace that passes all of our understanding (Philippians 4:7) will reach those we help and they will come to know God in a personal way.


Mission of Urban Bible Outreach

We exist to supply local organizations with the life-changing Word of God, so that as they seek to meet the community’s physical needs, we can partner with them to meet the community’s spiritual needs as well. Our goal is to see every hurting man, woman and child with physical and spiritual hunger in this city and surrounding areas be introduced to Jesus, the Bread of Life.

Isaiah 9:6 says, “And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." It is this Jesus who we want to introduce to as many people as we can, and these precious children of God that we seek to serve need Jesus. Our prayer is that they see that all of these things—healing, counsel, salvation, miracles, strength, love, and peace—are found perfectly in JESUS!

A considerable need is there—one that has been going unmet. Imagine the impact of meeting this spiritual hunger—of getting a Bible into the hands of those in spiritual need—it will undoubtedly be life-changing for hundreds and thousands of people!

Would you consider supporting Urban Bible Outreach and be a part of the impact!

Urgent Needs

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    We are in the middle of trying to meet second quarter needs, totaling around 900 Bibles for at least 11...

Everywhere we go, we can find people in need of a Bible. As we explored many of the local organizations in our area, we were struck with how much feedback we received about the shortage of Bibles in these organizations. Organizations that seek to teach, encourage, witness, lead, and disciple those they help do not have a consistent supply of Bibles. Many said that it would be an answer to prayer to receive Bibles because their need surpassed their supply year after year.

We were also surprised at how many non-faith-based organizations were willing to have Bibles on hand to offer their spiritually seeking clients, and how often they were approached for a Bible--we saw an opening there. We exist to help those organizations with that shortage.