Praise the Lord, Glory to God.

2 Act Ministries was available and God used the ministry to get a mother, 12 year old daughter and a puppy off the streets until Tuesday when they get into permanent housing. Thank the Lord above they will not be on the streets. 

Your prayers and support make a difference in the homeless people's lives, God is on the move providing, spreading His love, and spreading the Gospel.

100's of care packages put together for the homeless.

Glory to God, your prayers and support make a difference.

Every package has the Gospel, testimony, 🧦 socks, deodorant, lotion, chapstick, toothpaste and brush, comb, feminine products for the women, soap, shampoo, wet wipes, Jesus loves you bags, and q-tips.

When we hit the streets, our goal is to provide for the needs of the homeless, necessities while living on the streets are crucial, especially in the summer and winter months. 
While out there on the streets we also want to provide a hand up. The gentleman below were both offered that by assisting them with their ID, one will use the ID to start a new job, the other the get into sober living to start a new life. 
Your prayers are appreciated for these guys as they take the step to a new life. Best of all one of the gentlemen below is going to church and volunteering, they know the help comes from the Lord, all help is provided right along with the Gospel of Christ.


Every Saturday God does amazing things at our weekly meal and services for the homeless. Everyone gets a hot meal, new socks and we are even passing out deodorant now, but the most powerful thing is a forever changed life.

In the pic below is Darlene, the lady we helped get off the streets. She is giving back by volunteering, that is her in her work uniform, your prayers and support make it possible. 

What is the 2 Act Ministries emergency housing fund?

If they are female and pregnant or have kids and the shelters are full, we will assist them to make sure they are not sleeping on the streets. If it is a male, we will put them in the homeless hostel. Best of all, they all know it comes from Jesus and they hear the Gospel.

Because of this fund, a number of families and women did not end up on the streets, to learn more about giving to this fund, please contact us.


Praise report, Daryl is doing good in the Discipleship home, big thank you to Ray Reeder for the information on the home.
Also prayers for Manna, he is now off the streets and going into sober living Sunday.
God is so good and moving through the ministry.


Such kind words, nothing I did all GOD. This is from a former homeless person, the Lord used us to help him.

I had a few tears knowing that I was also a homeless person who found you and your ministry. I wasn't into drugs or anything but just homeless. You have done so much for me and i really appreciate your heart into all this because without you there would be no hope for me or anyone else that you have helped through the years. I believe that you also have a great personality and a great soul and so does your wife to do all what you do for anyone who needs help. Without you and your ministry there would be alot more homeless people on the streets. Thank you again for your kindness


The lives of the homeless are being changed and so many see the love of Jesus because of your prayers and support.
In July over 400 homeless folks received food, over 60 pairs of socks and care packages, several decisions for Jesus, ball caps, sunscreen, electrolytes, Bibles, Daily Breads and many calls taken for resources.
The homeless and less fortunate thank you. 


From one of our new volunteers. 

Last night...our first time serving at the Hope Chapel in downtown Las Vegas where the hungry were filled physically and spiritually. 

I want to thank Ron Cornell (2 Act Ministries) for the opportunity to help and for their wonderful ministry all around! The main meal provided to these hungry folks was HOMEMADE with love by volunteers and we fed what looked like around 100 people! The desserts were from local stores and bakeries and there wasn’t a single slice of anything left! I was literally covered in icing when I left lol. 

If you ever wanted to support a grassroots ministry that gives 100% of the $ donated to outreach supplies and efforts, this is the one. Every penny will go to sharing the gospel, food, and the love of Christ to those who need it most.


Man God is so good. 
Tim, the vet that we've been helping, is now permanently off the streets. God also provided new batteries and a cord for his electric wheelchair. He attended Easter service with us yesterday, God is good. 
TO GOD GOES ALL THE GLORY. Housing came quickly because prayer works and God is the one who opens the doors. 


Gods timing is always perfect, last night as we were driving down the street, I took a left down one street, but no one was there, so we started driving back down Sahara. As we stopped at a light we noticed a couple walking across the street, heads down, the lady limping. I know what the limping is from, it is a need for new clean socks, her socks are getting bad. 
They were very hungry and in need of everything, and we talked and prayed with them about 20 minutes. 
Now here is where we know God was involved, I have spoken with them before and texted them resources, but he lost his phone and all the resources, also the walk signal would not give them the walk signal 2 different times. It did not give them the walk signal until we were driving down the street. 
God's perfect timing. 
The guy also said the resources we gave him were good resources, so that is also good news. The pic below is how they look after an encounter with Jesus. ALL SMILES.


Pray for tonight's outreach, and the three people we are in the process of trying to get off the streets.
We are praying and gearing up to hit the streets tonight.
I want to say a special thank you to everyone who donated all the winter items, and socks for the ministry.
We never ran out of blankets, hats or gloves or scarves or coats, so many homeless people were blessed by your generosity, and every single one of them knew it came from the Lord Jesus Christ.  

Welcome Don to the Kingdom of God, one of the many decisions made for our Lord and Savior at the Hope Chapel weekly meal and services. 


Praise report. 
From the streets, to sober living, to job interviews. 
If you have been praying for Anthony, prayers are being answered, he has interviews with MGM, and 7-Eleven. 
Let's all continue to pray that God will open the door for him.


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August 8th 2014 - Soup Ministry

Posted by Brandon Green on Saturday, August 9, 2014, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
For this outreach we decided to cruise Boulder Highway in search of people that God could bless. We went as far a Flamingo and saw some people on the corner who needed soup, water, snacks, and of course, prayer. We met a man named John who asked us if we knew a place that was hiring. A commonly held belief is that many homeless people are too lazy to work and earn their own way, but many of them would be willing to work if given the chance. Others, like Steven- an elderly man we met- don't ha...
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No. Las Vegas soup ministry - April 11th 2014

Posted by Ron Cornell on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We headed to No. Las Vegas with cup-o-noodle soups, socks, cereal bars, Gatorade, and vitamin water. We also had Bibles on hand and Gospels of John.
We had to stop at 7-11 on L.V. Blvd & Bonanza to get forks for the soups. This was a good thing because we fed and ministered to about 8 people right there on that corner. One gentleman is already a Christian who needed some food and encouragement, there was also a gentleman there,in a wheelchair, who had a plastic bag wrapped around his front whe...
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January 10th 2014 - Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Monday, January 13, 2014, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We started the new year off by going to a homeless camp. This camp is right by the Rescue Mission and Salvation Army, so the people in this area can walk to get off the streets and get in a program, but during the winter time the Mission's are usually full. It goes to show these people need our love and support even more, even if they wanted to get off the streets, there is no where for them to go.
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October 11th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Monday, October 14, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
    We headed out once again to Washington and A street. After setting up our table and praying, we started serving the cup o' noodle soups, and coffee. We served about forty people in all, and some even came back for seconds. After the initial rush of people a coupe of us went out to talk to and pray with some of the people we had just served.

    The first man we prayed for was named David, and he wanted God to give him the courage to do his will. So many homeless live in the insecurities of...
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September 13 Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Sunday, September 15, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
For this outreach we started at Charleston and Main street, and went west. Our first stop was at a gas station where we met a few people, including a young man named Daniel whose car had broke down and wanted some prayer, we were happy to pray with him!

We drove a bit further west, but didn't see anyone, so we turned around. At Charleston and Maryland, we met a man named Scott who had just got out of jail. He was thankful to us for helping him out and even confessed to us his addictions to coc...
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May 31st Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
For this outreach we decided to do a few different things.  First of all we took socks with us- you can never go wrong with socks!  And we also went to a part of town that we haven't been to but once before; Lake Mead Blvd.  We decided to go to North Las Vegas because we saw that there was a need, most outreaches focus on Downtown, and surrounding areas. 

The first group of people we ran into confirmed what we had suspected, a gentleman named Larry who told us "People like you [outreaches] ne...
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March 15th Soup Ministry

Posted by Brandon Green on Saturday, March 16, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
The team headed out to the tent city at Bonanza and D Street, and were pleasantly surprised to see that a couple was already there serving them soup. Since the people there had already been fed, we decided to go to Washington and A Street. The couple that were feeding at Bonanza and D still had some food left over so they came with us! We set up and handed out 30-40 cups of soup, 30 bottles of water, over 20 cups of coffee, and 7 bibles.

Many people ask us why we buy pocket sized bibles, inste...
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February 8th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Friday, February 15, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
The team headed over to the tent campsite on Bonanza only to find it already cleaned out by the police so the next stop was Washington & "A" where there are always plenty of homeless.  We handed out about 60 soups and spent time in prayer with Kenny and Michael.  With the weather as chilly and windy as it was, most of the homeless were just trying to stay warm the best they knew how.  If you are living on the streets and have already hunkered down for the night covered with whatever you can f...
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January 11th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Wednesday, January 16, 2013, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
Went to Washington & Main but the police had just cleaned out that area so there were only about 20 people so after serving the homeless there we headed to Washington and "A" to love on about 40+ people at that location.  We handed out more than 60 soups, 20 bibles, most of our coca and a lot of hot cider.  Sadly, some of the people have such poor dental health that anything hot is too much for them and they were just thankful for some bottled water and patiently waited for their hot soup to ...
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September 14th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Saturday, September 29, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We headed out to Washington & Main behind the auto body shop with soup, gatorade, bottled water and bibles.  We were able to speak and pray with several people and handed out 8 bibles this time.  Larry, Felix & Daniel are all asking for your prayers.  One thing we've noticed at a few of the outreach areas is that sometimes there is a lot of peer pressure going on so people won't stay around to chat with us very long as they do not want to appear weak to other homeless people.  So the 8 people...
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August 17th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Wednesday, August 22, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We had 55-60 people within 10 minutes of getting to Washington & "A" Street.  We gave out all our remaining bottled water, all the soups (about 50), all the gatorade and all the bread and bagels and 15 bibles.  We also had just cup of noodle packages and all the homeless took them as well as they can use them when they have access to hot water at another time.  We were blessed to be able to pray with so many people this time and came back with QUITE the prayer list.

Ernest and Richard need job...
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July 13th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Thursday, July 19, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We set up across the street from the park at Owens & "B" which is a perfect location.  There were over 40 homeless people there and we were able to hand out 50 soups, 36 ICE towels, gallons of Gatorade and 2 cases of water.  The Ice towels continue to be a hit to help cool people off in these temperatures.  Met a lovely lady named Kathy in a wheelchair who sang to us, is a follower of Christ and tries to minister to the homeless population.  Even though she herself has nowhere to live, she is...
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June 8th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Monday, June 11, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
When we parked behind the tire center at Washington & Main Street, there were 5 men laying against the side of the building seeking shade.  Within 20 minutes, word of our arrival had spread and within an hour we served 50 Cup of Noodle Soups, 48 bottled waters, 2 gallons of Gatorade and lots of bread and bagels.  We handed out another 10 bibles, many t-shirts and caps.  Several men asked us for prayer and we are keeping Emmanuel and Jay in our prayers.  What a blessing it is to watch the coun...
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May 11th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Tuesday, May 15, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
One of the best ministry nights EVER!  Michael rededicated his life to Jesus, Louis is going to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission and Donald already has his 7 day bed ticket and is going to try getting into the recovery program. 

There were more people than ever before at the campsite at Washington and "A" Street.  We ran out of our 75 cups, hot water, 50 soups and 4 gallons of Gatorade (a totally big hit) - it was incredible!  Next time we need to go out there with a bit more if possible.  A huge...
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March 9th Soup Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Monday, March 26, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
Apologies to my family for the delay in this post.  The heart attack has slowed me down for a couple of weeks, but amazingly it's a 5 Friday month and we didn't miss any outreaches!  I am getting back on track and delegating where necessary.

We had 9 people head over to the campsite around Washington & Main Street with lots of soup, bread, blankets, hats, coffee and cocoa.  It was difficult getting the blessing wagon into the area due to the fencing so we setup a bit outside the fence.  You ju...
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February 10th Coffee Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Wednesday, February 15, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
We headed out to the Owens & "A" campsite only to discover that both it, and the one farther down on "B" Street have been cleaned out by the city.  Only God knows where all the people have gone now.  We went down by Washington and "A" and found that campsite still full.  All of the big blankets were handed out, lots of our crocheted hats, 36 Ramen Cups of soup, bibles, half of our bread supply and lots of cocoa and coffee.

We are praying for Noel who is still waiting on his disability but is r...
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January 13th Coffee Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Tuesday, January 17, 2012, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 
2 Act Ministries was joined by members of both Grace Harbor Fellowship and Valley Bible Fellowship as we went out Friday night to Las Vegas Boulevard & Owens where we encountered 50-60 people in a campsite.  This was the first off-road romp for our new Blessing Wagon and it held up beautifully.  We handed out 30 blankets, 15 hats and many many cups of cocoa and coffee.  The cookies and bread were a hit as well.  Upon our arrival there, one of the 2Act members remembered that right next ...

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December 9th Coffee Ministry

Posted by Cindy Rebisz on Saturday, December 10, 2011, In : Soup and Coffee Ministry 

Brandon, Chris & Ron had a great time last night ministering to the homeless.  The area by the Rescue Mission had been cleaned up by police again so they headed out to Washington & "A" and talked to about 15 people there.  Then they headed over to Owens & "A" and talked to another 25 people.  The cookies are gone and they went through about 60 cups of coffee.  A lot of people asked for prayer and requested bibles so they handed out 20 bibles last night.  Several requests were made for ...

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