Linda Mortensen, the Executive director at Safe Harbor House, wrote this prayer and read it at the National Day of Prayer Breakfast.
Ministry partner prayer requests for April 2021.
Dear Nehemiah Friends and Family: What a graceful and generous God we call our Father and our friend! We are thanking God today for all of the ways that He…
Volunteers are needed at the Gammon House for Clark County Service Day!
Soul Care Saturday – A Series for Faith Leaders: Ruth Haley Barton encourages us to take a retreat, especially when we don’t have the time for retreat! – Amy You…
Thriving Under Harsh Conditions: an address by Amy Willmann, Director of Nehemiah.
Our name was inspired by the Biblical account of a man named Nehemiah who God used to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. In those days, Jerusalem was a symbol of the city of God, God’s dwelling place and the center of life for the world. Today, we believe that in our community today, the idea of rebuilding our “walls” should not be a picture of creating separation, but rather, that of re-establishing the strengths of our community. Through things like sheltering for the weak, releasing human potential, and fostering relationships, our hope is to help bring people, churches, and ministries together for the good of everyone in our city. Click here to learn more about who we are.
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