This is from my heart. Hope it will touch yours. I been a addict for over 20 years. When you know in your heart that how and where is this madness going to stop. You tried inpatient, outpatien… Read more
On July 2011 I was released from work release to the Lighthouse. Here I found a residence of Spiritual Women. Their main purpose is to focus on yourself and to get into the Lord. Ms. Caroll, my men… Read more
I was born and raised in South Philadelphia. I was raised mostly by my grandmother. Both my mother and father were addicts and while my mother lived in the same house with me she was not the one who d… Read more
The person I used to be was a person that didn’t have a life, was a very disrespectful woman, that didn’t know how to change. A woman that didn’t have any hope at all for herself. But on April 16, 201… Read more
Where do I begin.. before I came to the light house my life was in chaos , my heart broken and I was hanging on by a string. Hope.. a strong word that lead me into learning the word of the… Read more
Nearly four months ago I opened the door to the Lighthouse where I was welcomed by so many loving and caring Christians. My life before was complete chaos! Depression, addiction, no self esteem or w… Read more
When I first went to the Lighthouse I didn’t know what to expect. The first 30 days was rough but very useful now that I look back. I had 4 great mentors. I guess God knew I needed more suppor… Read more
Our focus is to work with women who are coming out of various addictions, abuse, homelessness, brokenness, and incarceration.
Each woman is required to have a support team to be accountable to a church, have mentors, and participate in Lighthouse Outreach Bible studies and lifestyle training (how to walk the new life in Christ).
She is asked to contribute regularly toward the routine maintenance and upkeep of the ministry property and to participate in sharing with others how God is making a difference in her life.