Time & Eternity Projects
“Her heart is full of another world, even when her hands are most busy about this world.” – Matthew Henry
Time and Eternity Projects are creative initiatives from Daughters of The Father’s House. These various expressions display God’s goodness while advocating for vulnerable women and children around the world. Join a company of women who use their time to shape eternity.
This vital ministry provides the opportunity to participate in patient rounds, bringing spiritual and emotional support to patients and family members who are faced with serious illness and/or difficult decisions.
Freedom Climb 2015-2016
In May 2015, The Freedom Climb came local so that everyone, all ages and stages, has the chance to walk, run or hike for freedom! We encouraged hikers, runners, and families with children, baby backpacks and strollers to join us on our first annual local Freedom Climb at the San Dieguito River Park.
In 2016 we trekked the Tetons in Wyoming for a week in August which included overnight treks, peak attempts, solo hikes, and backpacking adventures—a great Freedom Climb that challenged us while bringing hope to the oppressed women and kids around the world!
In 2016, women from The Father's House traveled to India to minister to women and children who are vulnerable to human trafficking and enslavement and brought support to our safe house that we are actively sponsoring. These women provided aid by bringing love, hope and support to those who work in slums, teach at schools and minister in India.
Threads of Love
Threads of Love is an ongoing fair-trade movement of creativity, which brings help, support, release and care for the women of India. Both local products made by artisans of The Father’s House and products made by the women of India provide a sustainable income and trade that will help to eradicate poverty and ultimately be a way to bring the light of Christ to dark places.
Repurpose for a Purpose
This project provides repurposed and refinished furniture and shabby chic items for home décor. Half of all profits go toward providing sewing machines for Dalit women, members of the lowest caste, who graduate from the Good Shepherd Tailoring Schools in Bangalore, India.
Dalit Freedom Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund will provide an opportunity for women to sponsor a child in school for a yearlong commitment of $30 per month. By sponsoring your child, you will not only change this child’s life but you will be supporting the village the child comes from and bring opportunity for parents to learn trades to provide income. More importantly, the saving grace of Jesus Christ will be shared with them and His love will be made evident to the little children of India.
“Bodies Are Not Commodities” is a local grassroots effort that advocates to bring education on human trafficking to local school districts. We will gather women to champion this curriculum in local schools to raise awareness about social injustice and potentially save students from becoming victims.
Project AMDT13 is a partnership of passionate athletes who have combined their thrill for adventure with passion to see the victims of modern-day slavery recovered. Their goal is to do a 1,300-mile bike ride from Portland, Oregon to San Diego, California to raise at least $20,000 for A21 Campaign.