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"Love Heals the Sick & Heals the World"


A generous man who desires to be anonymous heard my story bought our first house and renovated it. His generosity rescues lives as each of the donations received. We desperately need 3 other houses ready to move in. Each house will be numbered and called Gilgal. On your right Bob from Michigan is celebrating the completed porch. He and a group of his friends helped him build the porch and redid the landscape. 
Our caring team of professionals practice a HOLISTIC approach via Case Management and a Peer Support model to assist in the healing process of survivors of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking and Addiction. An RN manages prescribed medications. All work, pay rent and split utilities in our home. The case managers utilize agencies approved by the 1DIVINELINE2HEALTH team. They also participate in the Gilgal street outreach. There are different Gilgal Coordinators some teach sisters how to form healthy and not codependent relationships while others just participate in running fundraisers or collecting toiletries and other items. Children and youth are also Gilgal Coordinators. In a month after 1divineline2health became a house owner Cheryl and her Girl Scout troop used their funds and became a catalyst for the house to be furnished by Central Ohioans.  Lowes donated the major appliances and Diahann a School Nurse, donated the washer. The Gilgal Gilgal House #1 is lovely, peaceful, & secure 3 common words the sisters report about their experienced.  As of September 5, 2017 Gilgal #2 on your right is a small 3 bedroom one bath is on the Hilltop was won on bid. Unlike Gilgal #1 which was ready to move in we NEED help in the renovations of our next safe house. Please help us through service or  adopting a room. Please contact Esther for a sponsor letter. 

Gilgal # 1 Bob 

& a Michigan crew built the porch & gave the landscape a face lift

Gilgal #1 Beautified after some Rhemanites came to do some house and yard work

Gilgal # 2 Needs Some Love 


Why the name Gilgal? 
Joshua 5:9 reads;  "The Lord said to Joshua "Today I have rolled away the reproach of Egypt from you." So the place has been called Gilgal." 

First, it was a boot camp for the Jews after crossing the Jordan and leaving the Egyptian yoke of slavery. For the sisters, it will be a place they learn life skills and apply them to become  productive members of society. 

Secondly, it was a place of new beginnings. No longer fed by God they had to earn their living; the sisters work, pay rent and are self-sustainable positive role models

Thirdly, it was a sacred place where shame & guilt was replaced by grace and favor of God. The sisters receive healing of their hearts, mind, spirit and body. From this site they learn to love & forgive first themselves and others, and walk boldly in freedom to achieve the impossible.  

They experience a true concept of family the power of a tribe via a peer support and Love Warriors

Quotes by the Sisters
1. "Thank you for giving me a home to live while I get my life back together. Had you not been there I would like been homeless. I love you."
2. "Since I met you I have a purposeful life."