Aimee's Hope Homes

Identity What We Do?

  

And I will give you treasures hidden in the darkness— secret riches.

I will do this so you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, the one who calls you by name. Isaiah 45:3

Rescuing Jewels (young people with a destiny) from their dark places bringing them into homes of God's love and light restoring them to God's original intent, becoming who they were made to be and sending them to be the light of the world for others.

Manadate- What We Do?

  

Bring Hope

Through simple loving relationships with Father God through Jesus Christ.

Healing of Spirit, Soul and Body

Through Pastoral care, Relationship and Discipleship

Growing into maturity

By developing into productive members of the community.

Original Intent

By helping them discover God's destiny for their lives.

Helping Daily Rhythm

By developing a routine of prayer, worship and bible study.

Prophetic Intercession

By establishing prayer groups in Northern Ireland for family and young people declaring God's promises.

Transformational Family Environment

By creating safe homes where their true identity as son and daughters of God can be realised.

A Generational Impact

That God's promises will be fulfilled in their family line.

A Home to Beloved

  

In February 2014 the first ever meeting took place to plan what has become Aimee's Hope. "Aimee" means "beloved" and the young people we seek to help need to know they are loved above all else. God is love. He is the source of perfect love and it is from this source that we can provide a love that can heal the broken-hearted and give them hope for the future. 

We opened our first home in February 2016 in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland. We are now  based in a bigger house in Millisle and our planning to open our second home in Conlig. 

The founder, Sharon Bentham, has worked as an Occupational Therapist in mental health since 1999. Her passion has always been to work with young people and to get to the root cause of mental illness as early as possible. For the majority of people with long term mental illness this can be traced back to a childhood trauma. In her work she saw some people move on but she also saw many who remained in bondage. She believed that outcomes for these people could be improved and full healing should be possible. This belief grew when she became a Christian in 2003 and has been the fuel behind this ministry.

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