Janie's House of Hope

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"After a life of alcohol, drug addiction and prison, I was court ordered to Teen Challenge, a faith based rehab where God changed my life. Because of this I have a vision to have a place where women can come and find healing and hope, called Janie's House of Hope. It is an auxiliary of Church Fellowship International in Henderson, Texas, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which has been in operation in Texas since 2000. It will be a thirteen month residential discipleship program to help women learn how to live alcohol and drug-free lives. The program will be discipline-oriented and will teach them how they can overcome these life controlling issues through the Word of God, discipline, accountability, and structure.


Pictured here is the building on our 35-acre campus that will become Janie's House of Hope. It is 20,000 sq. ft. of space and will house 50 women or more. We will offer a balance of Bible classes, work assignments, and recreation. Our campus has a worship sanctuary, cafeteria, gymnasium, football field/track and other buildings to facilitate the women's outreach.


Due to the fact that this facility was used as a high school for many years, we will have to convert it to a place for housing the women who come here to be restored to health and wholeness. We have already begun the renovation process. Our goal is to open in the summer of 2014 and to have 50 or more women.


Would you prayerfully consider helping us by planting a seed/donation in this work of reaching broken and hurting women?


Make any donations payable to CFI - Janie's House of Hope. Your donation will be tax deductible. Any gift or seed offering will be greatly appreciated. Our goal is to raise 1 million dollars for the renovation, operation, insurance, food, staff, and many other resources needed for this program." - Janie


For more information

Contact Dr. Leland Burkett (Founder) at 903-722-3060

or Janie Burkett (Co-Founder) at 903-714-5149, Email janieshouseofhope@gmail.com


Visit the website at: www.janieshouseofhope.com