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Godfrey Hubert has been the pastor of Foundry Church in Houston, Texas since 1984. During his tenure, the congregation has grown from 200 to 5,000 members with two campuses and four venues. In 2011, Godfrey founded and funded Cy-Hope, a 501c3 committed to making life better for kids in Cy-Fair who are economically, relationally and spiritually at-risk. The non-profit has impacted thousands of school children in the Cy-Fair I.S.D., the largest suburban school district in the country, with 116,000 students, half of them considered at-risk. Cy-Hope was awarded the Non-Profit of the Year Award by the Cy-Fair Chamber of Commerce for 2014. In this episode of the For Our City Podcast, Godfrey shares the Cy-Hope story, how they are impacting kids and families in northwest Houston, and what they've learned along the way. Be sure to visit cy-hope.org to learn more about this incredible ministry. This episode is sponsored by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Wherever you're going, Southeastern can help you get there. For more information on city movements or to listen to previous episodes of the For Our City podcast, visit forourcity.us. And you can always subscribe to the podcast at iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play.

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