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FAITH FARM'S HISTORY:
Faith Farm Ministries was established in 1951 by Rev. Garland Eastham. From its inception, this ministry provided comfort, shelter, food and Biblical training to homeless and destitute men in Ft. Lauderdale. What began as a three-day program to help men recover from the devastating effects of alcoholism, eventually matured into the extensive rehabilitation program it is today, providing lasting victory over addiction to illegal drugs, alcohol and pharmaceutical drugs. The vision has grown to include 3 locations with 400 beds on over 1600 acres with opportunity to find success and victory for both men and women.
Our goal is that people would find sobriety through the experience of a life changing relationship with God through Jesus Christ and ultimately help others find the same victory over addictive substances.
Our Mission Statement “To operate a Christian Mission for the propagation of the Christian Faith, and for the aid and rehabilitation, spiritually and physically, of the needy and unfortunate, and also, for the conducting of the Mission of Prayer.”
A Church with a heart for the hurting.”
As a full gospel church, Faith Farm endeavors to reach out to hurting men and women of all faiths by providing them with biblical teachings, group encounters, counseling and work therapy in a healthy living environment.
Our Purpose is to help those that come to us to re-build their lives using strong spiritual principles and concepts that they can take with them when they leave Faith Farm. We strive to instill a strong foundation that will help them resist the temptations that would cause relapse to old habits and addictions.
Gaining victory over addiction allows Faith Farm students to return home as better husbands, wives, parents, siblings, sons, and daughters.
"Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things become new."
(2 Corinthians 5:17)