+ WE ENVISION THE EXPANSION OF OUR PRIMARY PURPOSE.
We see a bigger audience and a broader purpose, widening to include all walks of life by extending our efforts further than the current landscape of chemical addiction. We picture ourselves still continuing to rescue addicted residentially, while extending our reach to regenerate men and women more extensively, and reconcile families more effectively.
+ WE ENVISION THE CONSTRUCTION OF OUR IDEAL CAMPUS.
We see an expansive, peaceful property nestled inside the foothills of North Georgia. We picture boarding houses and banquet halls, cafeterias and conference centers, counseling quarters and classrooms. We see this sole establishment becoming a nationally recognized headquarters for ministry aid and training, while remaining intimately connected and accessible to the local community.
+ WE ENVISION THE CIRCULATION OF OUR ORIGINAL MODEL.
We see collections of manuals and workbooks through fully designed and distributed within the Christian and recovery communities. We picture these materials resulting in the creation of new treatment centers, enhancing existing recovery programs, filling the bookshelves of counseling centers, inspiring ministry teams and pastors, giving hope to desperate parents, and restoring the souls of addicted individuals.
+ WE ENVISION THE REPLICATION OF OUR REGENERATION PROCESS.
We see a variety of agencies traveling to our facility in order to be educated in our process, receive training in our model, adopt our programs, and acquire our curriculum. We picture recovery programs throughout the nation implementing our ministry model uniquely within their communities, continually training one another, comparing strategies, and celebrating success stories.
+ WE ENVISION THE PERFECTION OF OUR RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM.
We see our residential program assisting in the regeneration of the whole person: body, soul, and spirit. We picture physical health playing an integral part in the healing process, beginning with nutrition and extending into fitness. We see classrooms that combine equal elements of conversation, creativity, and contemplation. We picture residents developing valuable skills and establishing long-term trades from a variety of vocational training opportunities. We see these men being reborn within our care but beyond our control, creating an expanding community of adopted sons and authentic men.
+ WE ENVISION THE FORMATION OF OUR COMMUNITY CLASSES.
We see diverse community classes that help all people to heal wounded hearts, regenerate belief systems, repair connections with Christ, increase intimacy in marriages, restore dysfunctional families, and strengthen the health of leadership teams. We picture subsequent training courses that teach teams to implement our regeneration processes into their own ministries, churches, and small groups.
+ WE ENVISION THE EXTENSION OF OUR MINISTRY ENVIRONMENTS.
We see residential housing centered around social interaction and relational reliance. We picture rooms that maintain this communal quality without compromising personal space. We see contemplative spaces that place an emphasis on silence and solitude. We picture these settings extending into the outlying landscape, in the form a pathway, accented with periodic stations that correspond with the assignments while providing experiential exercises for healing.
+ WE ENVISION THE INDEPENDENCE OF OUR EXTERNAL INDUSTRIES.
We see our industries becoming a continuation of regeneration while remaining independent from the daily requirements of the program. We picture these independent industries fulfilling several vital functions by providing gainful employment for our graduates, creating opportunities for meaningful careers, and acting as a touch point to the community and continuation of the culture.
+ WE ENVISION THE PROGRESSION OF OUR FAMILY RECOVERY PROCESS.
We see a recovery process that prioritizes the healing of any immediate family members impacted by addiction, overlapping with our program to assist in the reconciliation of these relationships. We picture classes that focus on healing the wounds caused by addiction, and creating greater intimacy within the entire family. We see this curriculum being reproduced across the recovery community as generational cycles of addiction and dysfunction are permanently repaired.
+ WE ENVISION THE ADVANCEMENT OF OUR AFTERCARE PROGRAMS.
We see transitional facilities where graduates can safely continue the culture, integrate into society, and embark on purpose. We picture these locations spreading slowly until the surrounding communities each contain a transitional home. We see an alumni network, gathering together regularly to maintain the bonds of brotherhood and establish a special kind of encouragement that only comes through empathetic experience.
+ WE ENVISION THE CREATION OF OUR COUNSELING CENTER.
We see a professional center that offers individual and group counseling to the community. We picture this center serving as a resource for the general public, as well as families within our process and our alumni network. We see this facility being able to provide healing without exclusion, consequently becoming the most accessible avenue into our ministry, and perhaps having the most prominent impact upon the local community.
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