A Word from the Director –
Touch your Life with Hope
Life is hard even in the best of times. Most of us face challenges and unrelenting heartache more often than we care to admit. Yet, with the hope of Jesus Christ we can traverse the storms of life with confidence.
During our sojourn here on Earth we all have been touched with the feelings of hopeless situations – not knowing where to turn or what to do next. We hear of a dear friend or have personally experienced abuse, anxiety, depression, divorce, grief, financial distress, loneliness, parenting and marital relationships, self-worth issues etc. Personally, we have all felt wounded or cheated at one time or another from the daily actions of others - whether intended or not. Bitterness and jealousy may develop if we don’t forgive. However, God is in the business of mending broken hearts and getting us back on track – if we’ll let Him.
Here at Heart to Heart we believe Jesus can take our deepest intimate feelings of hopelessness and brokenness and turn them into a fulfilled life worth living again. So come, take the first step on this journey towards a life full of faith, hope and love – to a life well lived – you’ll be glad you did!
Phone our office and join a study group or talk to a trained peer counseling volunteer confidentially one-on-one. We are here for you. You don’t have to do it alone because our door is open … just come!
Serving as Your Center Director,
When you need someone to care ... we are here.
We are affiliated with the Center for Women’s Ministries, Inc., (CWM) which was founded in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1989. It grew from the Spirit-led conviction that although there are many social service agencies available, the element lacking in emotional healing is a spiritual emphasis.
Currently we have twenty-three centers within the USA, plus six centers around the globe. Each center is responsible for its own funding and training of volunteers. All funding comes from kindhearted, generous people like you that care about our community.
We also network with Prison Fellowship Ministries, crisis pregnancy centers, American Association of Christian Counselors, and other faith-based groups.
Our butterfly symbolizes the transformation from darkness toward new light and freedom.