Founders Glenn and Sabrina Evans have a story worth sharing, they came together single but whole, complete with the spirit of God, knowing that when God joined them, Glenn a father of two daughters one son and Sabrina a mother of two sons and one daughter it would be more than a notion. The grace of God has built and matured them to strengthen family relationships, birthed ministry with the community in mind, a business that offers service an opportunity to those needing employment and most of all to understand the power of love. For God so loved the world... He loved us...and so He gave His ony begotten son....Glenn and Sabrina are kingdom citizens, who believe in giving back financially as-well-as sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. They partners with kindred spirit ministries locally, nationally and internationally. They are worshipers who trust in the power of prayer.
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WHO WE ARE
House of Healing (HOH) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit community organization. We are concern citizens who recognize the need to help rebuild broken lives of individuals to a holistic gospel of faith. Our focus is to empower people of any age to believe that they can be restored. We are sensitive to the care of children and seniors in our communities. One of the highlights of our ministry is The Power of Agreement whereas couples as-well-as single individuals come together to discuss and resolve day-to-day issues that divide and cause destruction in marriages and family structure. The hope of HOHM is to provide transitional housing along with a sound curriculum that will address areas of health, finances, work ethics, and educational benefits.
OUR CURRENT WORK
HOHM provides care for individuals with sincere needs such as our "Food to Feed" community meals program. Also our annual back to school bash giveaways of school supplies to youth, Power of Agreement workshops designed for singles and couples for building healthy relationships using daily life skills, all of which are conducted by licensed and earned degree professionals
Our future goal requires a building for housing single parents and individuals experiencing hardship in need of a hand-up. We look to foster a safe environment. The concept is to have programs in place for people residing in the facility that brings about a change in self-esteem, activeness in education promotes healthy living and encourages spiritual development. The programs are designed to give people hope for their future by reshaping a positive mindset.