In 2004, after an 18-year addiction to methamphetamines, I received Christ as my Savior. My life radically transformed. I developed a compassion for those struggling in their addictions, hurts, habits, hang-ups, and abuse. In 2008, I began bringing people home, detoxing them and loving them back to life. This is when God gave me the vision of House of Hope.
While ministering to women, I discovered one common challenge: women returning to the same environment they lived in prior to their arrest. I envisioned a house where women could reside and be transformed from the “normal” they knew, a place where Christ would be experienced and they could learn the essential tools of thriving in society. Therefore, I found myself, as well as others with like hearts, stepping out in faith to make this vision a reality.
Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill His promises to her.