Thank You Berean Bible Baptist Church
Since 2010, the women of Berean Bible Baptist Church have partnered with Gilgal.
- You can find the women of Fresh Water Good News at Gilgal on Thursdays during the first two months of each quarter. They have mastered the art of making Bible study interesting and fun.
Thank You Whitefield Academy
Gilgal is grateful to be included in Whitefield Academy’s Great Day of Service. The students bring their parents out and work so diligently to beautify our grounds and facilities.
They really are the hands and feet of Jesus as they offer much needed assistance and inspire our residents with the “yes” in their spirits.
Thank You East Point Church
East Point Church became a part of the Gilgal family in 2017 when Pastor Tony Carter learned about Gilgal during a pastor’s breakfast. Shortly thereafter, he and his wife Adriane, and several church members attended a Gilgal Family and Friend’s Day where they met the residents, spoke one-on-one with staff and took a facility tour.
Celebrating Sara F.
Sara graduates Gilgal on Friday, February 8th at 11:00 a.m. Join us as we celebrate her journey to Gilgal and beyond. Sara is our first graduate of 2019. Excitement is definitely in the air!
Last Friday, December 21, Gilgal welcomed two new clients just in time for Christmas.
Meet Shaye H.
Hi, my name is Shaye H. I am a 52-year old mother of 2 sons. Drugs have been a part of my life since I was 15-years old. Continue reading
Oxana P: Love is Trustworthy
By the grace of God I am at Gilgal. A place that I have never heard of or knew about. I’m so blessed that I had the opportunity to come here and get to know my heavenly Father like I never knew Him before. God worked on me and I have a better understanding of what was going on in my life. Continue reading
Margaret A: Love is Pure Joy
Before coming to Gilgal my lifestyle was getting high and taking care of others to justify it! I lived to use and used to live. It was easy if I told myself that I was doing it so that I could take care of others and that they needed me, because they had nobody else. The truth is that I had nobody and they had more drugs.
Letitia M: Love Brings Peace of Mind
For the last 20 years, drugs were an important part of my life. I had no control, and I had lost my identity. The things that were once important to me, soon became obsolete. During my addiction, I lived two lives. I was “Ms. Had it all Together” when I was around my family, and when I went out into the night, I became an unbearable monster. I worked hard wearing my mask; hoping my family, and friends of the family would not see what was underneath the mask. Today, I have no need to wear a mask. I have surrendered my will to God, and I am transparent, honest and open-minded.
Jessica M: Love is Unconditional
I never knew that love is forgiving and that it holds no record of wrongs. Not until I was given a second chance at Gilgal that is. When I was in the program two years ago, I made a choice to leave after only a few weeks. I went back to an abusive relationship, which ultimately led to using meth again.
Cora F: Love is Patient
I never knew love was so patient until I came to Gilgal. I really didn’t know what to expect when I got into the program. The only thing I did know was that the way I was living wasn’t working. I was at my lowest point and wanted to give up. I had lost my home, my car and my family was getting tired of me and my drinking.