About Us



Hebrews 6:10

10 God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them 

In May of 2018, our small community was struck by tragedy. Through that tragedy at a community pep rally where I was asked to speak, the slogan “One Tribe Under God” was formed. 

Within a year, Tribe Ministries was born. We are a non-profit ministry with the intent of bringing God’s unsolicited word to the streets, introducing people of all walks to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We have vowed to help as many people as we can in as many places as we can.

Tribe Ministries name was based on the 3 following criteria:

1) the 12 Biblical Tribes

2) our school mascot is an Indian

3) we are all involved in Tribe mentality no matter what race, religion or walk of life we come from. We have a familial Tribe, a work Tribe, a sports team Tribe, etc. 

After One Tribe Under God was spoken for the first time, Tribe Ministries really became a natural progression.

We are a “come as you are” Ministry, we don’t care how you dress, what you drive or whether you bring your dog to service with you! We only care to bring you closer to Jesus! Our Tribe is really and truly, one big family and we reach across the Gulf Coast.

We have people in in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana as well as all of our local Tribe right here in Galveston County.

Along with supporting our community, we also have strong ties with  Streets of Surrender Ministries who collect clothes, toiletries, first aid supplies as well as various other necessities to distribute while going out to feed those finding themselves homeless and on the streets.

We also support Christian music artist such as:

ICMA Award winners Greg McDougal and Mary James as well as Kevin Rowe and the band Branded. A new trio to the Christian Country scene is the band Pardoned. They have become very close to our ministry and are valuable members of the Tribe. Pardoned recently wrote a song now debuting in radio called “the Preacher’s daughter”. This song was based on a couples retreat in Mississippi where my daughter got baptized in a creek behind a small chapel.

So, as you can see, we truly are ALL tied into a Tribe somehow, some way! 

We would love for you to join us for a Sunday service or via our FB page Tribe Ministries (look for the Dream Catcher logo) where we live stream our Sunday morning services at 10 am, give pertinent information regarding special events, dates, times and locations of where we meet.


Pastor Kevin Garber