“Love and Serve God and others and conquer the powers of darkness”  

 

The Father’s Heart Ministries, Inc. is committed to providing avenues of restoration and hope to those confused, lost, and broken; in order to break the cycle of poverty, addiction, and desolation, and to revitalize both our local and surrounding communities by introducing them, through living examples, to a personal, ever-growing and unconditionally loving relationship with Jesus Christ. We are dedicated to making true and authentic help both available and accessible to broken individuals and families who are seeking reconciliation by providing a safe, nurturing, educational, and interactive environment for both men and women who desire to be liberated from any form of chemical dependency or life controlling issues. We facilitate an environment that is grounded in biblical principles and geared towards encouraging men seek and find their purpose in life and calling of God.  

 

The Father’s Heart Ministries Inc. embodies a holistic approach to the recovery process targeting the physical, mental, and spiritual elements of addiction recovery. The Spiritual aspect of our program provides comprehensive bible studies, one-on-one mentorship, and life-application discussions. Through reinforcing communication skills, encouraging relational management, team building exercises, counseling, and facilitating group discussions men are afforded the opportunity to be liberated from mental strongholds and into a confidence that is found only in a relationship with Jesus Christ. We bring all of these imperatives together in our life application courses by teaching our men practical tools such as goal-setting, resume building, accountability establishment, and constructing an after-care plan that is both realistic, and God-centered. We aim in a direction that has our graduates leaving assured and aware of their new identity, confident in their calling of God, and prepared for a healthy and productive life following the completion of our discipleship program.