The spiritual life is vital to the overall ministry of the Home. The love and ministry presented in the life of Jesus Christ is the foundation for all we do.
Residents and house parents are strongly encouraged to attend Sunday morning chapel services. On Wednesday evenings elementary school students attend "Little Saints," which includes Bible stories, traditional children’s songs, and crafts, while middle and high school residents attend Wednesday Night Live, where small group Bible studies offer older residents the opportunity to explore the Biblical text for themselves, ask questions, and apply Biblical stories and principles to their daily lives. We strive to empower older residents to become active participants in their faith development.
A full time chaplain is part of the Home's staff. Many of the children share in leadership for the Sunday morning service through leading worship, sharing in special music, or as ushers or acolytes. Residents use their tithes and offerings to support mission projects beyond the campus. our offering opportunities in Chapel. These offerings teach residents that, through Christ, they are able to make a difference in the world.
Spiritual formation groups are a part of the resident’s weekly activities. The residents have the opportunity to commit themselves to a God who loves them and seeks to guide them to a full life.