We are new wave or new age we are strictly Biblical with scripture. Serving widowers, the fatherless, and sick. We take care of the elderly because it is taught to us through the word of God as well.
We are not for profit yet not non profit we operate with love offerings and out of our pockets. There is no charge and no income for the services we offer.
We believe Jesus is the son of the true and living God and that God so loved all men that he sent his only begotten son to pay a price that we as men could not pay. John 3:16
Freedom Doors Ministries believe in faith and trust in a spiritual God through his son Jesus. Hebrews 11:1-6 Proverbs 3:5-7
Freedom Doors Ministries is dedicated to serving others as a way to do our part to make the world a better place.
This is the building we are working on opening in June for Kids. As time progress we are planning to make this Jesus in the Morning Cafe.
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I went to Ocala to find a house for my daughter, and I asked Lewie and Cheri Hall to come with me because they know the Ocala area very well.
While visiting with the Halls at their home, I realized they needed a new place to live, too. Of course, they would not think of asking God for something for themselves because they have lived a life of service to others.
I drove back to Jacksonville praying for them and thanking God for their kindness to me. I asked God for a new home for them. By Monday morning, it was settled - no new house for me - a small farm for them.
How to donate
Will you help by giving a gift to the 'Farm Campaign' today?
Donations are taken at Wells Fargo Bank Account Number 2289675619
Mail Checks or Money Order to Wells Fargo Bank Lake Forest 1336 Edgewood Ave W. Jacksonville, Florida 32208 (include on the check the bank account number 2289675619 and account name Lewis and Cheri Farm Campaign)
Thank You - God Bless You for any and all assistance!
Freedom Doors Ministries serves God's people according to Matthew 28:19-20; including providing individuals/family support, food, clothes, shelter referrals, and assistance for the sick and elderly. Prison pen pal writing to encourage those who are incarcerated.