Touch A Life | Ghana, West Africa
Sponsor a Child

First Coppell is teaming up to increase our commitment to stand in the gap and help empower children who are at risk in Ghana, West Africa. Touch A Life is the only long term rehabilitative care center in Ghana, providing school, housing, uniforms and more for youth. See the 2 opportunities below to get involved in a very personal way. Learn more about the Touch a Life Foundation.

1. Touch A Life Prayer Partnership – Our Ghana Mission Team will provide bio information and a photo of one of the many children and teenagers at Touch A Life in Ghana. Any church member can take a bio card, keep it, and pray regularly for their child.

2. Touch A Life Interactive Monthly Partnership – If you would like a more personal monthly regular interaction with a child/teen/young adult being housed and educated by Touch A Life in Ghana, our Ghana Mission Team has a year long program to provide the ability for your family and a TAL child to engage. For a minimum donation to Touch A Life of $10.00 per month, we will host a monthly interaction for you and your “adopted” child, which includes a one on one zoom, getting to know you questions, crafts, games, etc. The activities are preset (easy!) and have been used by other groups within Touch A Life with great success. Anyone is welcome to join us, including young families

To get started, contact Anne White at

or Leslie Hicks at

Costa Rica
Building Friendships & Foundations

For over 20 years, First Coppell has been sending supplies, building churches, repairing schools, and leading VBS for children in Costa Rica. Every year, we send a team to work on various projects with our friends there. All are welcome to support this mission through financial gifts or going on the annual Costa Rica mission trip!

Steve Moomau
Mission Co-Leader 

Janet LaCaze
Mission Co-Leader

Lydia Patterson Institute | El Paso, Texas

 Sponsor a Student’s Education

The Lydia Patterson Institute (LPI) in El Paso, Texas provides access to quality education for underserved members of the community. More than 400 students attend LPI; the majority call Juarez home and make the daily commute across the border to attend school. More than 95% of LPI students graduate and 98% of graduates attend colleges across the United States. 

First Coppell serves LPI through a number of initiatives. Each year, the church provides a $4,500 scholarship, which covers a school uniform, textbooks, and meals for one student. The church also provides gift cards for every Lydia Patterson teacher during the Christmas season to provide their families with a holiday meal. When available, First Coppell also hosts a summer LPI intern who lives with a host family in Coppell, and the student is trained in church and ministry operations.

To get involved, contact:
Leslie JHicks