This year at Fair Havens we are so excited to dive into God’s plan for us! Our encouragement is found in Galatians 5:1 as we forge ahead:
Christ has set us free to enjoy our freedom. So remain strong in the faith. Do not let the chains of slavery hold you again.
As we prepare for our busier seasons, we want to remember that God’s plan for each of us is to live in freedom. At Fair Havens Ministries, we believe that true freedom – of our minds, our relationships, and our souls – is found in Jesus Christ and the life that He offers. If you don’t know Jesus, if you are not a friend of God, we speak from 1 Corinthians 5:20…
We are Christ’s ambassadors; God is making his appeal through us. We speak for Christ when we plead, “Come back to God!”
If you are already a Christ follower, if you are already a friend of God, we want to encourage you to remain strong and walk in freedom everyday. Our Ministry Vision is to see God refresh, refocus, and reconnect people of all ages and stages to healthier relationships with God and others. We want to see healthy families thriving in a healthy society; healthy churches supporting lasting life change in peoples’ lives!
If these words resonate with you; if there is something in you that is wanting more… More freedom in your life, more refreshment in your soul, more life-changing experiences with God, we want to extend you a personal invitation! Our staff and our organization work tirelessly to connect with and support the local church in all our ministries. We offer youth and young adult discipleship through our Stepping Stones Program. We offer Christ-centered field trips in our Outdoor Creation Experiences Program. We offer individuals and families the opportunity to get away together and experience our Summer Family Camp. And we offer churches, individuals, and groups room in our campuses for Retreats.
How can we support you in your freedom walk today? How can we support your church, your organization, or your family?
[Jesus] said to them, “Come away with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.” (Mark 6:31)