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How will Esther’s House of Redemption be governed?

We have a board of directors in place full of a variety of business professionals and servants of Christ.

Is the program voluntary?

Every woman accepted into Esther’s House must be willing to commit to change. Without a clear understanding of our Christian emphasis and the requirements of the program, applicants will not be accepted. Esther’s House residents are free to leave the program at any time.

How do you help women without the house being opened?

Freedom Outreach, our day program, offers women a structured environment twice/week, providing Biblical mentoring and life skills training, helping each woman get to the “why behind the what” and find lasting freedom. Click here to learn more… 

Who can work at Esther’s House of Redemption? What qualifications must the staff have?

First and foremost, all staff must have a heart and passion to serve women, without judgment. The women that come to us for help must know that we love them unconditionally, right where they are. Esther’s House of Redemption will have a wide variety of staff, including director, counselors, nutrition managers, marketing staff, and more.

Is Esther’s House of Redemption affiliated with a particular denomination?

Esther’s House is not directly affiliated with any particular church, denomination or organization. While students are at Esther’s House, they participate in daily praise and worship, as well as daily classes based on Biblical principles. The students also attend a local church in the community.

What curriculum do you teach at Esther’s House?

We help residents get to the root of each issue and help them to fully grasp her faith, forgiveness, and overcoming her pst hurts. We use teachings from Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, Mercy Ministries, Nancy Alcorn, Dave Ramsey, Andy Stanley, Jennifer Rothschild, Francis Chan, and more. Each woman participates in individual and group counseling and mentoring on a weekly basis.