Free Indeed Ministries
YARL’S WOOD IRC CENTRE
Freedom Outreach “A Ministry to the Military”
We recognize the military and expatriate community make up a distinct group of persons from the larger population of most geographical locations. The fact they are far away from home, reflect
Freedom Outreach is a Ministry to the Military that serves and ministers to members of all branches of the uniformed military services and their families. In addition, the Organization regularly serves military veterans, expatriates, host country nationals and their families through a variety of both traditional and innovative methods. Services are currently delivered at diverse locations in the USA and in 17 different countries.
Retreats and training conferences
Retreats and training conferences are a vital part of Freedom Outreach, especially in overseas areas. These help to connect those stationed far from each other on foreign soil, as well as in the U.S., to other believers and expose them to
excellent training, teaching, fellowship and vibrant worship. Every effort is made to provide the best available program to make sure these events are deeply impactful to our military men and women and their families.
In the United
Willow Lane – South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice
… we go on the second Saturday of every month…bible discussion and mentoring.
Willow Lane is a gender-responsive program comprised of educational, clinical and independent living experiences for girls. The program houses a Transition House, which incorporates transitional living into the rehabilitative process. The facility originally opened as the Riverside School for Girls in 1966.
Willow Lane Mission Statement
Willow Lane girls are the future. We empower and support them to be productive citizens in their communities.
- Girls are valuable and unique.
- Girls deserve respect and dignity and should display respect for the rights and opinions of others
- Girls need to develop positive relationships.
- Girls should take responsibility for their choices and actions.
- Girls can change in an environment that includes treatment, structure, discipline, spiritual growth, and education.
- Girls will take the skills and knowledge acquired at Willow Lane and apply them every day in their schools, homes, jobs, and communities.