When spiritual transformation occurs, the youth will have a new disposition, a desire for righteousness, and a “will” to overcome.
We believe that the cultivation of emotional health is a necessary part of Christian discipleship. Emotional stability enables people to choose and control emotional responses, even in difficult circumstances. Therefore, we aim to provide our youth with healthy role models and stable relationships.
We believe that in order for youth to be successful in life, they must be able to interpret and understand the events in their world. Therefore, we aim to provide our youth with tutoring in the areas of reading, writing, math, science, and history, as well as to help them develop critical thinking skills so that they can effectively process the vast amount of information that confronts them daily.