Natalie Salcedo's Story
After transferring to a new school, Natalia Salcedo experienced loneliness and was bullied by her classmates. Then, Natalia went to Gateway Students Winter Camp. See how a prophetic word and a revelation from God changed everything.
Haylie Geraci's Story
Last year, Haylie Geraci was diagnosed with leukemia. She desperately needed a B negative blood transfusion, but her hospital didn’t have any B negative blood available … until Gateway’s Blood Drive.
“Javier and I met in our fourth-grade piano class. We were friendly acquaintances throughout our school years, but in 2017 everything changed. Both of us were coming out of serious relationships (with children) and difficult seasons ... "
Captive But Free
Gateway launches its first campus in a prison.
Finding His Identity
Kyle Adams found true freedom when he confronted his secret life.
Levels of Love
“At a very young age, I often felt alone even though I had family and friends."
Journey of Mercy
“I grew up believing God was real and that I could have a personal relationship with Him. But as I got older, my relationship with God started to shift and change, especially in my teenage years."
More Than Housework
"I’m in a widows group at the Grand Prairie Campus, and I heard someone talking about the Men’s Brigade. I didn’t know what it was and when I found out it was a group of men who help widows with handyman work around the house, I asked if they could help me clean my gutters."
Three Times Saved
"Two doctors told my family that I would never walk again."
“It’s not my baby!” Many people don’t have a reason or the opportunity to say that sentence, but last year it was Amanda Chambers’ tagline.
In the Waiting
Every February 17, there are balloons in the sky. Each carries a note on the wind to a young boy gone too soon. The balloons are released from Grapevine Cemetery, where the Day family gathers to remember.
The Yes Man
Gateway ministry partner, Charlie Milbrodt, founder and co-leader of Living Word Ministries International (LWMI), has planted this vision at the heart of his mission work in Thailand where he and his wife, Cathy, are “helping people to help themselves.”
Jewish Roots Go Deep
“I grew up in a Muslim country where 97 percent of the people practice Islam, but my family were devout Christians."
Jackson Hole Campus Story
Learn how our first campus outside of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex came into our family, and hear Pastor Mike Atkins share how God orchestrated every step.
Coming Full Circle
Kerri Hupp never imagined the devastation she would experience 15 years after saying “I do.” The 42-year-old mother fought with all her strength to save her struggling marriage, but ...
Like an Eight Ball
“When I was about five years old, I was riding my bicycle on the wrong side of the road with my cousin, and I got hit by a car. Miraculously, I didn’t break a single bone in my body ...
Man of Courage
Three of John Paul Reyes’ friends tried to pull him into the car, but they couldn’t hold him back. Despite being outnumbered and surrounded in the wrong part of town, John Paul ...
A Knock at the Door
“My mother was a practicing witch. She was always seeking spiritual truths and knowledge. One day, when I was in early elementary school, a woman came to our door and invited my mom...
Frayed but not Broken
There’s no official training for people who give death notices. You might get a few pointers, a few dos and don’ts, but nothing prepares you to actually deliver the news that ...
When J. D. and Zaporia Hill first visited Gateway Church nearly 10 years ago, there were hardly any families who looked like theirs. Although the Hills felt welcome, the church was ...
Found in Translation
It was a calm August morning in 2006 at Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi concentration camp where more than a million Jews were killed by Nazis during World War II ...
A Sister's Prayer
“My sister and I came to America from Colombia when we were about three years old, and within a few months my parents got divorced. We grew up without a father figure in our lives,...
Unlocking Hearts in the Middle East
In a dusty Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon, seven-year-old tents were draped with rags and repurposed plastic to cover gaps and holes born from wind, dust, and rain. This stop was one ...
Death Did Not Win
“For as far back as I can remember, I struggled with depression. One day it was so bad that I decided to research what would happen if I overdosed on one of my prescriptions. I was ...
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