Then Peter said, “Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk.” Acts 3:6
My Father’s House will meet the physical and spiritual needs of homeless and precariously housed men. We will restore hope to those who feel that their lives have become hopeless, by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives according to Acts 3.
The goal of My Father’s House is to provide a safe environment, a place of transformation for formerly homeless men to transition back into self-sufficiency. My Father’s House will accomplish this by providing the men with more than just a bed. The residents will be part of a Christian program that will introduce them to restoration through Jesus Christ. Regular church services and daily prayer will provide the men with a strong foundation for developing a relationship with God and a heart for service. In addition to the spiritual education, the men will also be required to take part in other daily educational classes focusing on; substance abuse education, budgeting and money management, housing preparation, employment readiness, health education, etc. The residents will also be required to work, either in the community or in and around the house. The men that are unable to work, due to disability or any other reason will be required to work at the house doing the cooking, cleaning, laundry, landscaping, or any other jobs necessary to maintain a proper household. The residents will also be encouraged to volunteer at hospitals, food pantries, meal programs, or any other acceptable programs within the Palmer community.
Residents at My Father’s House will be referred by local churches, shelters, detox facilities, and hospitals. Upon referral the staff at My Father’s House will review the application in detail and verify all pertinent background information.
How to apply...
Contact Pastor Jack: Jack@MilestoneMinistry.org
or call (413) 289-6766
How can you help?
Skilled construction workers, prayer warriors, and donations are always welcome.