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HEART Ministry

The HEART Ministry was created in 2012 as Hosanna Church's response to natural disasters. It has expanded to include community disaster assistance, individual and family emergencies and a specialized prayer ministry.

Mission Statement

HEART is a ministry of Hosanna Church that demonstrates God's love by serving communities in need. 

Vision Statement 

HEART is a Jesus-centered ministry operating through a network of churches, ministries, and businesses to build relationships in the community. We are a locally and nationally known Kingdom Distribution Center providing building resources, housewares, food, and prayer to rebuild hearts and homes.

Core Values

  • Holy Spirit dependence
  • Building strong relationships (within team, partners, communities)
  • Bringing Jesus to the forefront
  • Operating at a high level of trust and integrity

Key Bible Verse: He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us. 2 Corinthians 1:4 (NLT)

Cultural Strengths

  • Kingdom-minded
  • In it for the long haul
  • Love like Jesus
  • Prayer is foundational
  • Relationally driven
  • Giving without expectation
  • Going to the need-and getting volunteers out of the church

Volunteer Opportunities 

HEART is fully led and staffed by volunteers. Click below to learn more about each opportunity. Click here to check-out a local news story and see what it's like to volunteer in the HEART warehouse. 

HEART is looking for help with two new teams. One is to help with finances, data entry, and fee structures as HEART starts to distribute supplies to other non-profits.
The other is a compliance team to help watch social media, write stories and help onboarding of additional non-profits. These are approximately 10-month commitments. If interested, contact .
HEART is also looking for help with our Donation team. We are looking for drivers and helpers to pick up donations. Volunteers are needed for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
This commitment would be 1-2 days per month. If interested, contact .
HEART hopes to find individuals who have experience fixing bikes. We have been blessed to receive many bikes but they need fine-tuning. Interested parties should contact

Contact the HEART team at   or 612.656.9522 with questions. 

Impact Trips

Vidor, Texas | February 1-8, 2020

HEART continues rebuilding efforts in Texas due to flooding from Hurricane Harvey two years ago that has been compounded by flooding due to Imelda this fall. Thousands of people are rebuilding their homes, again, and they desperately need help. HEART, along with our partner church Shiloh Baptist, have been helping the community rebuild by providing cleanup light construction, painting, and also emotional support through prayer outreaches. Click here to apply.

Contact: Brad and Lisa at  


HEART is focused on both immediate and long-term care. Your donations will support this ongoing recovery effort. If you would like to donate to HEART, click here to visit the HEART electronic contribution page. How to donate: 

  • Click "Sign in and register" or "Register as a guest"
  • Enter the amount you want to donate
  • From the dropdown menu next to "APPLY THIS PAYMENT TO," select "HEART/DISASTER RESPONSE"
  • Fill out the rest of the fields in the form 

If you would like to send a check, please make your check payable to "Hosanna Church" and send it to the following address:

Hosanna Church
Attn: HEART/Disaster Response
9600 163rd Street West 
Lakeville, MN 55044


Prayer changes things, bringing comfort to those in difficult situations and healing the broken hearted. Join HEART in praying for struggling families trying to rebuild their lives, and for the children who have lost their toys and homes in the wake of natural disasters. Please pray for comfort and peace over their families and communities.