A ministry calling has been placed on the hearts of two Scott County men to help those whose needs are both physical and spiritual. The “Rev. Mike Jordan Scott County Hope Center” is a nondenominational ministry, geared toward the support, and recovery from addiction of any kind.
Owners Konnor McKay and Kurtis Bell have a heart to see people from all walks of life join together in a “safe place” to share their heart, find support, and rehabilitate from their struggle. Whether it be drugs, or depression; all are welcome at The Scott County Hope Center.
The short-term vision for The Hope Center:
- Acquire support through prayer, and finances to renovate the hope center (old jubilee church building)
- recruit help from any and all who are willing to participate in the ministry. (All denominations, churches, and individuals.)
- begin hosting Celebrate Recovery meetings.
- provide multiple hot meals weekly.
- provide live music, testimonials, and recovery classes weekly.
Long-term vision for Scott County hope center:
- provide extreme short-term housing for those looking to get out of drug houses, homelessness, or a natural disaster.
- provide professional and spiritual counseling to those who have dealt with substance abuse.
According to Bell, the ministry is tentatively set to be in place within the next month. For more information about the Hope Center, including how to contribute to the ministry, contact Waldron Pentecostal Church of God Pastor, Konnor McKay.