The services provided at MHH are uniquely different from Alcoholics Anonymous, professional treatment centers, or even counseling. We fill a special niche by offering an innovative approach, based on age-old Christian principles, to help break cycles of bondage through Transformation Prayer Ministry. Education and life coaching become more effective once people receive release from their emotional pain.
The ministers of Mount Horeb House currently spend an average of 16 hours in prayer ministry with each client. Some clients require only short-term ministry, while others need months to work through their personal issues. We ask clients to commit to at least 4 sessions. Ultimately, our goal is to teach clients how to use this tool independently for themselves and others.
Initial appointments for ministry must be made by phone by the person seeking prayer ministry. Because this is not traditional counseling, you can expect the weekly ministry sessions to last between one and two hours each. Before coming for your first appointment, the Personal Data Sheet and Consent Form need to be completed. Download below. Please honor the time that is scheduled for you and be prompt for your session.
The fee for a session is $50. Payment can be made in cash, by check or through Pay Pal or Venmo.
For people who are not able to come to Mount Horeb House on a weekly basis, we offer a short-term intensive time of ministry. This lasts for three days, with ministry times in the morning and afternoon—two per day. Part of the requirement for this time is journaling, quiet time and (sometimes) homework. .
The fee for a Three-Day Intensive is $400. To secure your appointment, a deposit of $100 is required at least 10 days prior to your Three Day Intensive session.
Is it worth it? One client said, “I have been to counseling, spent time at a treatment center and have experienced prayer ministry. But I never had as much healing with all of those put together as I have had these three days. Thank you for your faithfulness to Jesus’ call on your life.”