Studies show that children who have a mentor are less likely to skip school, use drugs, or drink alcohol. If a lack of education and substance abuse are directly related to poverty, having a mentor has the potential to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness. For this reason, finding mentors for all Lydia House children is a top priority.
Over the last month, Open Door Mission has been blessed immeasurably by the Omaha Metro community. Through a partnership with Release Ministries we now have mentors for all of our teenagers. Support from volunteers, professionals, and
If you have a heart for kids and want to make a difference right here in your community please visit www.opendoormission.org and click on the volunteer button and sign up to have your orientation and tour today.
Children and Youth Director
At Open Door Mission we try to give our guests some “off campus” experiences to help them grow in their spiritual life. Zachary is one of the men that spent special weekend learning about being a ...
Who is your boss? For a Christian the most important and top boss is Christ. The dictionary defines a boss as person in charge, a leader and a supervisor. When Christ is the leader in your life you ar...