About H4c

Hope4theCity (H4c) provides training, consultation, and program development services to impact the spiritual, social and educational lives of young people and the dedicated professionals who serve them. 

 “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.  Please remember that your difficulties do not define you.  They simply strengthen your ability to overcome.” -Maya Angelou

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” —Confucius

We are the creative force of our life, and through our own decisions rather than our conditions, if we carefully learn to do certain things, we can accomplish those goals.” –Stephen Covey

  Jim Shearer is the founder of H4c, a grateful husband and father with over two decades of accomplished work in community, education and youth services.  The H4c team is dedicated to the continuous improvement of individuals, schools, and communities. 

For more information, see available Services, or contact: Hope4theCity, P.O. Box 64248, Lubbock, TX 79464

806.474.3417 or jims64@gmail.com

  1. Jeff Brown says:

    Hey Jim, i enjoyed reading your blog post. I hope to be able to read it as often as you post. Hoping all’s well with you, your family, work and those horses you take such good care of… I have one son about to start track & field (and baseball) and another that is on two baseball rosters this year so we’ll be pretty busy browns… stay in touch! Way to go on the new blog brother!

  2. Brandon Dedrick says:

    Nothing like a since of ownership when it comes to the people in your realm. Having the compassion to try and make a difference speaks volumes of the heart you have. I like to thank you for having the courage as well as the love for your fellow man. To even take the time out of your day to put this together is awesome. You are a man of God who seems to be after his heart. This is a great way to convey your ideas and those of others as well as a good use for this medium.

    • Jim says:

      Thanks Brandon! I am so proud of the man you have become and your desire to now impact others. Brandon is a former YL student from the early ’90s in Lubbock, TX. He has spent many years living in Portland and just last week moved to Israel. H4c is going to ask Brandon to write some guests blogs reflecting his life experiences. Love you man!

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