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At The Discipleship Center, We Believe That Discipling Young Men...

  • is the means to help those who are plagued by drug and alcohol addiction

  • is the means to recovering from abuse

  • and is the means of giving life real direction.​

Most People Agree That Many Problems Can Be Traced Back To The Home.

What if we could intervene before there is a new home life to ruin?  If we could intervene before at-risk young men start having families outside of wedlock, or develop a pattern of unemployment, or start using drugs and alcohol, we could help change the outcome for the next generation.

Why The Farm?

We see the glory of our heavenly Father all around us, but for many that view has been choked out by an ugly and artificial man made environment of brick, concrete and steel and all the noises of the city that drown out the chirping of a bird or a cricket. 


Many who have grown up in the cities and towns across our nation have no idea how their meat, eggs, dairy, and produce ends up in their grocery store let alone how it's made. 

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One of our highest goals at the discipleship center is to give residents an environment that is closer to the roots of civilization and even get a glimpse of the joy we had in the Garden of Eden. 


Putting God's glory on display for those in need so they may understand who it is that supplies our every need and shows us the way we were designed to go.

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Our Program


Whether it's for life direction or addiction recovery, each resident recieves the individual attention they need to succeed



"Idle hands are the devils workshop" has shown to be more than a cliche.  Productivity helps give life structure and balance.


God has given us the handbook to real success.  It's our responsibility to listen to him

Go Forward

After nine months with us, we encourage our clients to pursue work or college to go into the next step of their lives

We Would Love To Talk To You

  • Church Meetings

  • Small Groups

  • FFA Meetings

  • Farm Associations

  • Families

We have moved onsite.  Watch for developing news this spring.

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