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Welcome to the Miracle Hill Ministries’ blog. We hope you will visit us often to learn more about the services we provide for the hundreds of homeless, hungry and hurting people the Lord sends through our doors each day.  Remember, if you can’t find a friend in the world… you can find one here!

A “Typical” Day at Renewal

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, General, Miracles, Uncategorized

I don’t know a single addict that just woke up one day and decided to be an addict.  There are deep wounds at the root of addiction.  Wounds of the soul.  When a lady arrives at the Renewal Center, they are usually scared to death and they don’t know if they will be able to succeed on the …

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We Listen

Categories: Adult Ministries

So—when someone comes to Shepherd’s Gate for help, what exactly do we do for them?  Well, we listen—we do a lot of listening here.  Upon check-in, each woman is assigned a case manager who will meet weekly, or bi-weekly, with her.  This staff member will get to know well each woman on her case load.  …

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Overcomer’s

Categories: Addiction Recovery

I would like to say that I have had something to do with the place I am today or better yet tell you the road that lies ahead. I simply can not do that, but what I can do is share with you a  particular knowledge of the path less traveled that I have already had to endure. I have …

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God is in Control

Categories: Addiction Recovery, Adult Ministries, General, Miracles, Uncategorized

God’s dominion over my life is hard to put into words.  As I try, there are words going thru my head like; masterly, orchestrate, dominion, life, direction, surrender, hope, love, sovereign, trustworthy, ruler, grace, and abundant. The long road I went down as an addict led me to complete destruction and despair.  I came to the …

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A “Typical” Day at Shepherd’s Gate

Categories: General

I am often asked, “What does a typical day look like at Shepherd’s Gate?”  I can only smile because, although we do have a schedule for getting up, being in rooms, attending devotions and eating meals, the rest of our days are rather like the box of chocolates—you never know what you are going to …

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