Many people like to talk a lot about the “issues” of homelessness . . . addiction . . . poverty.  But at The Foundry Ministries, we don’t focus on an “issue.”  We zero in on the real people who are affected by these challenges and help them find real change through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | No Comments

A Change of Heart “I’ve never taken any kind of drugs… never smoked any type of cigarette or marijuana,” Israel says. Yet, he admits, he had an addiction to making fast money on the streets. But when he was arrested, the money didn’t matter. He was sentenced to prison for…

Finally Fulfilling God’s Call

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | No Comments

“God was always part of my life… I always believed in Him,” John says. “But I always felt guilt and shame.” Abused and neglected as a child, he began using drugs to cope with the turmoil he felt inside. As he grew older, addiction took control, causing him to behave…

A New Life of Promise and Hope

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | No Comments

Cathie started using drugs at a party. “Everybody was doing it,” she says. In her early 20s at the time, she had no idea how addiction would come to rule her life. She built relationships with men who shared her habit, but they didn’t last. She stopped using when she…

A Time for Peace and Healing

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | No Comments

Throughout his childhood, Danny says, “My parents gave me their heart and soul and tried everything possible to keep me off drugs.” But as a teenager, his curiosity prevailed and he was introduced to crack cocaine. Danny rode motorcycles competitively and hoped to build a career from the sport. But…

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | No Comments
Hearts of Hope 2017 Be encouraged and inspired by the stories of Laura Jo, Chelsey and Alyson, graduates of The Women's Recovery Program at The Foundry Ministries. We invite you...

A Gift of Joy and Peace

| Stories of Reshaped Lives | One Comment

“I’ve never been arrested… I’ve never been in trouble… I’ve never used hard-core drugs,” Megan says. But for the past 10 years, after an accident she suffered when she was 18, “I’ve been chemically, mentally and physically addicted to prescription pain medications.” Her substance abuse impacted every area of her life. The mother…