Esther House Discipleship
When entering the Esther House each woman is assigned a social services coordinator. An assessment is done with each woman, establishing short and long term goals for success and bi-weekly counseling meetings. In addition, Bible curriculum is given to each woman for the course of their next year, along with faith-based Bible studies.
Classes & Conferences
We have a variety of classes and studies to help the student overcome the roots of their dysfunction, understand God's love, and identify their purpose. Over the course of each year they will study a range of different topics. In addition, students will attend several conferences throughout the year to be refreshed, and gain new perspectives in their walk with Jesus.
GRO with us!
God. Redemption. Opportunity.
GRO is a weekly worship and fellowship meeting open to families and the public. We provide a supportive and loving community for those suffering from any type of addiction, sickness, or any other burden of life. Through GRO, we aim to redeem the broken and empower them to prosper in a new life of joy.
Esther House provides discipleship training school for pregnant women and women with children. In addition, to regular core classes these women will attend certified parenting classes, and be required to take care of all child's immediate needs. For more information please contact us.
Drama therapy is the intentional use of drama and/or theatre processes to achieve therapeutic goals. Drama is active and experiential. This approach can provide the context for women to tell their stories through dance or skits that is an outlet for their creative expression. Drama is another way to express feelings and solve problems one might not find any other way. The women who participate in this type of therapy develop and discover new ways of coping with life stressors and impact their audience, by the sharing of struggles in an un-contemporary form of communication.
Art therapy is life healing and life enhancing. Art therapy involves and encourages the form of free self-expression. Art pieces are created with used items found in our local thrift stores. Often, other people's junk become our treasures, and the students have used old pallets for canvas', costume jewelry for our special shadow boxes, refurbish old wood with messages of hope, and painting during worship for those who enjoy this type of unrestrained creativity.
If you're interested in entering our program, please download an application, fill it out, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org