Our discipleship and transitional programs are residential programs that focus on all aspects of recovery: physical, social, psychological, emotional and spiritual.
We emphasize biblical discipleship and complete accountability, along with many life skills classes. While in the program each client will be assigned a case manager, participate in mandatory classes including church services.
I never knew how important reading the Bible was until I actually started to do it. A few months before going to Humble House I dove into the Word and that's when God started to really change me and my life. I was told the house I was living in was going to be sold, so I needed to leave. Then my husband left a couple months later. I was a stay-at-home mom with no money. I was depressed, lost, ashamed, and completely broken. God provided all the money to sustain us while I searched for a job. Shortly after that I finally had daycare and a job, however, I still needed a place to live. Rachel welcomed me into Humble House. I had no idea what I was getting into but I was desperate. I learned I had to follow all their rules and start going to the Bible study classes and it was the best thing I could have done. God shaped and molded me with His Word, while I was there. The rules taught me how to be responsible and the classes brought me closer to God and His people. He healed my brokenness, showed me He is faithful, and my provider. Now we have an amazing apartment and God provided everything the kids and I needed for it. God is good, all the time! But I will sing of your strength and will joyfully proclaim your faithful love in the morning. For you have been a stronghold for me, a refuge in my day of trouble. To you, my strength, I sing praises, because God is my stronghold — my faithful God.
Psalms 59:16-17 CSB