The need to care for the helpless, encourage the hopeless and to seek and save the lost is ever present, and we are ever ready.
The HOH Center is a transition center for young men between 18-25 years old. It is our goal to bring hope to the life of underprivileged young adults and empower them to grow and have stability in all aspects of life. Our program varies from 6 months to 2 years of training.
The Shine Little Stars (SLS) program seeks to invest in the lives of 15 selected students in a deeper way, by building closer relationships with them, enhancing their education and bringing the hope of the Gospel.
The Distribution Room is a facility in town where we have used clothes and shoes for those in need, primarily serving the families of children who participate in our Homework Clubs and SLS program.
The Wood Workshop project began as a way to teach young men and women how to make things with their hands while also investing in the community around them.
We all need people around us. We all need community. When you are a child or a teenager, community is all the more important. Our Homework Clubs travel weekly to three different locations to provide this kind of support.
Ministry teams are a great encouragement to the Regen team as well as the children we serve.