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Spring is here! It's not only a time to rejoice in our new life in Christ, as He has risen, but we're also thrilled to share some fresh starts with the latest from GoBU. Get ready for a fun way to support the GoBU movement, a fresh redesign reveal, and all the latest news about our mobile stage!

Get Ready for Thrive-a-thon: A Community Bike Tour!

Mark your calendars! On May 18th at 9 AM, we're hosting our first annual Community Bike Tour. Our family-friendly fundraiser is a day of fun, fellowship, and fitness as we cycle by local ministries and cultural and historic landmarks that define our area. No matter your cycling level, this event is for you! Don't forget to bring your helmet and a water bottle. There'll be food trucks, entertainment, and a tour of our mobile stage and GoBU’s studio! Register now!!

First Mobile Stage Rental Success!

Exciting news! We've successfully completed our first mobile stage rental for Texas Southern University's Spring Fest, and it was a hit! Our state of the art mobile stage brought the event to life for the first two days and provided VIP seating for the last day of performances.


Interested in renting our mobile stage for your next event? Contact us for details!


The ACT is our community event where we take cultural hot topics and bring them into the light of Christ through creative arts such as poetry, storytelling, song, and conversation. We hope you can join us for the next ACT this summer!

Join Our Family: Part-Time Admin Assistant Needed

We're on the lookout for a passionate Part-Time Admin Assistant to join our GoBU family! If you have a heart for ministry, love organizing, and enjoy working in a dynamic environment, we want to hear from you. This role involves supporting our events, managing schedules, and engaging with the community. Think you're the perfect fit? Send your resume to or click below.


-Praise report – The ACT II was a blessing for attendees! The panel discussion provided insightful wisdom, the storyteller delivered enriching content, and the showcased art was exceptional. Despite one poet's absence due to health issues, Robert and his fellow poets adapted well. Our gratitude extends to the creative team and our prayers go to Yolan, the poet, for strength and complete healing. 

- Preparation for Thrive-a-thon and that it brings in the financial support needed to purchase a truck to tow the mobile stage.

- More volunteers, such as a production assistance and video editors.

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