Restoring the Foundation of Man
The vision of Nehemiah's Wall of Crosby , is to restore the foundation of man(kind) by providing a combination of a faith based and substance abuse recovery program .
When God calls you for a purpose you answer" Here I Am". Nehemiah's Wall of Crosby answered the call that represents the restoration of man through direction, purpose, and an overall second chance for those with a history of substance abuse .
We envision fathers and husbands as pillars in their homes and community again. We realize that these men did not set out in life to become substance abusers and because of the addictive power of the substance used some of the men lives degenerated to the point where they must have help to recover. Nehemiah's Wall of Crosby goal is to provide its Residents with an atmosphere that will build self-confidence and a Godly image.
N.W.O.C provides Residents with an uplifting atmosphere that helps produce self-confidence, self-value and accountability. Through the teaching of Biblical principles our Residents learn to exchange their life of substance abuse for a new Godly image, and a purposed filled life in pursuit of their destiny. This well-rounded program is designed to help the Resident, their families and their friends cope with the mechanics of rebuilding their lives. The implementation of Scripture with life application is extremely vital in the recovery process as the Residents learn to make wise decisions for their future and handle the expected and unexpected daily challenges .
Nehemiah's Wall of Crosby is a FREE 90 day residential Faith Based program located in Crosby, Texas . The program accepts men 18 years and older that struggles with a drug and/or alcohol misuse.
N.W.O.C. prepares Residents for speedy integration into the mainstream of his sphere of influence through instilling Biblical principles that causes transformation .
The theme of rebuilding Jerusalem's Wall is connected with the Book of Nehemiah; we should understand that wall symbolically represents the community of God's people. The wall creates their identity because by it they are protected and joined with one another. We re called to be servants to one another and we are our brother's keeper.
But if anyone has the world's goods and see his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him?
1 John 3:17