Developing Programs to Meet Needs
Realizing discipleship was key to bringing men off the streets, the Sunshine House was opened in 1994. This discipleship program, held in a small home next to the main facility, focused on intense discipleship, accountability, and Bible studies for Men.
In 2002, the dormitory known as the “Boot Camp” was renovated and opened. This enabled up to 75 volunteers to come from all over the US to serve the poor and needy and learn what it means to be a disciple maker of Jesus Christ.
In 2002, a dental clinic was opened by Dr. Tom and Lucia Howorth to provide free tooth extractions to the homeless.
In 2018, The House of Glory, a women’s discipleship program opened its doors for up to 4 women to learn and grow in their faith in Jesus Christ.