Nineveh Hosts 5th Annual Boots & Bling on September 30, 2017

AUSTIN, Texas – August 28, 2017 Nineveh Ministries, the only Central Texas non-profit that navigates the Texas juvenile system to help juvenile offenders find purpose, personal growth, and achievement, will host the 5th Annual Boots & Bling on Saturday, September 30th, 2017 at the Westin in the Domain. Headlining the evening will be country music recording artist, Rodney… Continue Reading >

Boots and Bling 2017!

  Nineveh’s 5th Annual Boots & Bling will include dinner and drinks, live and silent auctions, and dancing to a concert featuring the award winning singer/songwriter Rodney Atkins!   Saturday, September 30 at 6:00pm The Westin at the Domain   Purchase your tickets today!  Register Here   The Westin has a block of rooms set aside for… Continue Reading >

Faith, Without Works, Is Dead

Eddie Franz, Travis County Coordinator ||   What do you do when you meet a 15 year old young lady who is homeless and pregnant? If we are honest with ourselves, we would probably point the young lady towards an organization that deals with those issues. The issues just seem too large for us to… Continue Reading >

Meet the Board

My name is Dan Clarke and I am originally from the Washington D.C. suburbs, but found my way to Texas A&M where I met my wife, Julie, of 17 years. Julie is originally from Houston. Although I was not a believer at the time, as I look back, it’s clear to me God had a… Continue Reading >

And Now I’m Here

By Eddie Franz, Travis County Coordinator ||   Tony is a Nineveh “Homie.” He has been in and out of the system since he was 13 years old, with numerous arrests in just a few short years. We met him through his sister, who is also a Nineveh Homie. She asked if we could help… Continue Reading >

Now Offering Services in Collin County!

With 939,585 people, Collin County is the 6th most populated county in the state of Texas and 28.7% of that is under the age of 18. Collin County consists of 31 cities, including Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Garland, Richardson, and Allen . In 2016, there were 1,229 juveniles referred to the Texas Juvenile Justice Department. Last… Continue Reading >

Meet the Board: Cory Kruse

Hi, my name is Cory Kruse and I’ve been married to Debbie for 27 years. We have three grown children: Jordan (26), Alexis (25), and Weston (24). Why are you drawn to Nineveh Ministries? My dad bailed on me before I was 1 and I was raised by a few “step-fathers” that were less than… Continue Reading >

The Jewelry Project

by Janine Jacobson  ||   Nineveh Ministries’ Jail–>Jobs program has aligned itself with two outstanding jewelry craftswomen to create: The Jewelry Project. This is a pilot program where adolescent girls who have gone through the juvenile justice system are given the opportunity to work, learn life skills, and to be mentored by women who love… Continue Reading >

Welcome to our Newest Staff Members!

Emily Codding, Development Coordinator “Born and raised in the Texas Panhandle, I have called Austin home since 2000. My husband and I have been married since 2008 and have been blessed with two wonderful kiddos. A chance meeting at my son’s karate class led me to the Boots & Bling event, Chris and Kim, and… Continue Reading >