At some time in our lives, each of us will face inner conflict, stress, emotional pain and loss. Any one of these can push us to the limits of our faith and affect our personal life, marital or family relationships. It is at this time that we need someone we can trust to listen, understand, and help chart a new course filled with real heart-changing solutions.
Mount Horeb House Ministries provides a safe, non-judgmental, and nurturing atmosphere, where God’s unconditional love, acceptance and forgiveness are manifested. This warm and caring environment, in a confidential setting, helps people explore life’s struggles in a sensitive and practical manner.
We offer one-on-one ministry sessions, specifically dealing with Christian identity, to help people discover the freedom which rightfully belongs to all who believe in Jesus Christ. Each person will explore his identity, destiny and examine where his security lies.
We provide a broad range of personal and family oriented services dealing with:
“Deception includes all of our perceptions or interpretations of reality that are incomplete or distorted in some way. If our beliefs are accurate, then our judgment and choices will tend to be better. To the extent that our beliefs are distorted or poorly formed, our discernment and choices will be flawed or wrong." - David Takle
Dan earned his BA in Education from Louisiana College and his Masters of Science in Educational Administration from Texas A&M. He was a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, having completed his course work for "Caring for People God's Way."
He served in public education as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and then as principal of a large high school. Dan retired after 32 years of service and began to minister full time using tools from his educational background coupled with prayer ministry to walk along side of hurting people.
Dan designed many of the ministry helps used at Mount Horeb House. He worked with pastors and missionaries, as well as professionals, blue collar workers, children and men in prison.
Dan was the founder and served as Director of Mount Horeb House Ministries for 20 years. His passion was to help people find freedom in Jesus Christ by having their wounded hearts healed.
Dan enjoyed reading, gardening and especially fly fishing.
Ann is a graduate of Louisiana College, with a BA in education. She is a master teacher, having trained other educators in science, learning styles, and brain based research. She retired from teaching to direct her full attention to ministry. Ann is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Ann is also an author. She wrote the book Looking With New Eyes which examines the steps of her personal healing journey from childhood sexual abuse. Her second book, Built with Stones of Turquoise, identifies struggles one may face as they experience God's truth. She describes ways to respond, with grace, when those around you do not understand the new you. Ann's third book is a historical novel, The Hidden Journals of Mathias. Ann also writes children's books and has been published in seven anthologies.
As co-founder of Mount Horeb House, Ann works extensively as a prayer minister with women who have suffered sexual abuse. She also writes and conducts retreats designed to encourage women to deepen their personal relationship with Jesus Christ. She enjoys incorporating the things she has learned about learning into her writing and teaching.
Mary Jo has been married to her husband, Robert, for 36 years. They have three beautiful children: Rachel, Mitchell, and Jonah.
Mary Jo joined our team in 2019 with her background in office management and administration. She worked in the telecom industry for 20 years and then in office management for a law firm and real estate company.
She and her husband have served together for over 30 years in children’s and worship ministry.
Mary Jo has completed Transformation Prayer Ministry Training with Dan and Ann. She assists with research and grant writing.
Mount Horeb House incorporated and was designated as a 501©3 charitable organization in 2008, initially began in 1999 as a place of retreat for pastors and missionaries in central Colorado. In 2000, directors Dan and Ann Geroy, purchased a home with a cottage in Kerrville, TX. Mount Horeb House became a bed and breakfast with the commercial operation allowing the Geroys to offer the cottage free of charge to pastors and missionaries.
After retiring from positions in public education in 2003, Dan and Ann began working with a wider range of people, still from their home. Rapid growth required that the ministry be moved into a larger space, so new offices were opened in the Wells Fargo Building in Kerrville in 2009. This allowed them to expand the base of the ministry by offering greater opportunities for people to be served.
Then in 2013, the Board of Directors approved a move to Kyle, TX, with a view toward establishing the ministry in the greater Austin area.
Mount Horeb House continues to grow as people's hearts are transformed, impacting their families, their jobs and their community. Most referrals are by word of mouth. They currently work with people locally, nationally and internationally.
Jude Geroy - Chairman
Tony Douglas - Treasurer
Paul Valdez - Secretary
Christopher Daniel - Vice Chairman