About Us


The Way is a discipleship home that serves both men and women coming out of addiction, homelessness, and other life controlling struggles. Our hope is to see the lives of those we serve totally transformed through the power of Jesus and daily holistic discipleship. Our approach to ministry involves one-on-one mentorship, a bible-centered curriculum, and an emphasis on building real life skills. From the platform of God’s Word we help men and women understand the freedom that can be found in surrendering to the gospel. We then model how to live in the context of a thriving Christian community while developing a healthy support network along the way.


At The Way we want to teach people a new way of life. We understand that people grow and mature at a different pace, and our discipleship model was designed with that in mind. This means that there is no specific time frame for completion. We are not concerned with deadlines and checklists, we are concerned with developing character, comprehension, and passionate love for Jesus.  

Our 4 phase discipleship model focuses on building a foundation for a new way of life.
Completion of each phase is dependent on the growth and maturity of the individual. We are willing to walk alongside the men and women in our homes for
as long as it takes to see them succeed.

What Is Success?

Success to us is seeing men and women coming out of our homes
passionately pursuing Jesus. It’s not about ‘how many’, it’s about ‘how well’.
Rather than focus on the external, we look to the character and heart of the individual.
We want to see hearts changed from stone to flesh.

Matthew 13 compares the kingdom of God to a treasure buried in a field.
A treasure so valuable that, when found, one would gladly sell all they have to possess it. That is our hope for the men and women in our homes. That they might realize the surpassing value of knowing Jesus and joyfully surrender all they have to know Him.

We have also partnered with our friends at Team Sunday, where the men and women in our homes work to develop important life and work skills that will last a lifetime.