Equipping leaders to glorify God and proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ.
In the same way, let your light shine before people, so that they can see your good deeds and give honor to your Father in heaven. Matthew 5:16
- 3 on 3: The second Saturday of each month, Doxazo hosts a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, bringing in forty kids (1st-8th grade) from the Hi-Crest community. Youth receive instruction and coaching in basketball as well as emotional and spiritual development. Alternative activities include crafts and games.
- Dare to Grow: Dare to Grow is our children’s discipleship program. The program offers weekly events for birth through 5th grade kids. Lunch Buddies is another way we encourage one-on-one mentoring relationship for 1st-5th grade students living in the Hi-Crest community meeting weekly at their school to work on homework, play games, read together, and grow a closer relationship with Christ and each other.
- DOK Club: Daughters of the King is our discipleship program for middle and high school girls. Students participate in mentoring, life skill development, and biblical training.
- Mighty Men: discipleship program for middle and high school boys. Students participate in mentoring, life skill development, and biblical training.
Doxazo Wynnewood, a non-denominational Christian-based summer camp, is a place where young men are taught how to be godly men of character through extreme sports, athletics, and Christian mentoring.
DOXAZO LOCAL MISSION TRIP
The Doxazo Local Mission Trip is held twice a year, end of summer and Christmas break. The vision of the Doxazo Missions Trip is the great commission: an opportunity for believers to unite around the gospel and live missionally, reaching out to the “least of these” in the city of Topeka (Matthew 25:45). During the day: Love a child. Restore a home for a deserving family. Serve the homeless. In the evening: Recharge through God’s word. Worship wholeheartedly. Grow in community.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20).
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DOXAZO MISSIONS INSTITUTE
The Doxazo Missions Institute (DMI) is a program designed to equip followers of Jesus to be on Missions with Christ. The Institute experience includes biblical training classes, personal mentorship, growth in community and an outreach internship with one of our partner ministries. Click here to apply for the Institute!
Doxazo’s Biblical Training Classes meet weekly to equip followers of Christ to serve missionally in their community. We partner with fellow ministry leaders in the Topeka community to develop and teach our biblical training curriculum (click for list of curriculum). This class is free and open to the public on Sundays (starting Sep. 11) from 7-8:30pm at 1001 NE Michigan Ave.
How does Doxazo Missions Institute work?
- Biblical Training: Grow alongside a community of other believers and learn how the gospel infiltrates every part of our lives. Institute students meet in small groups after the teaching time to discuss the concepts together.
- Intentional Discipleship: Connect with a godly mentor, provided by Doxazo, eager to walk alongside you in your journey with Christ. Each student in the institute is matched with a godly mentor from the greater Topeka community. This relationship allows for intentional discussions about God, ministry work, and other life matters.
- Strategic Outreach: Live out the great commissions serving with a Topeka ministry and sharing the gospel with the lost. Institute students serve 3-5 hours each week.
Doxazo was founded in 2005 as a one week sports camp, called Doxazo Wynnewood,designed to teach elementary-aged boys Godly character through team sports.
|After many years of discipling young men, the Lord put a calling on Doxazo’s heart to take the camp experience to “the least of these” (Matthew 25) in their city.|
In December of 2012, Doxazo was invited to host a camp for children in the Hi-Crest neighborhood. This began a close partnership with NET Reach.
|Doxazo has partnered with countless churches, organizations, and individuals to impact hundreds of children, students, and families in the Topeka area. Doxazo became a division of the Topeka Rescue Mission in 2014.|