Faith Farm Ministries

Faith Farm Ministries 

Faith Farm Ministries was established in 1951 by Reverend Garland Eastham. From its inception this ministry provided comfort, shelter, food and Biblical training to homeless and destitute men. What began as a three-day program to help men recover the devastating effects of alcoholism, eventually matured into an extensive rehabilitation program providing lasting victory over the addictions of illegal drugs, alcohol and pharmaceutical drug abuse. Today Reverend Garland Eastham’s vision has grown to include three different locations, and an opportunity to find success and victory for both men and women. Our goal in not just that people would find sobriety, but that they would experience a life changing and permanent relationship with God through Jesus Christ, to ultimately in turn help others find this victory over an addictive substance that had always been victorious over them.

“A Church with a heart for the hurting.”

Faith Farm Ministries, as a Full Gospel church, endeavors to reach out to hurting men and women by providing them with daily bible classes, group encounters, counseling and work therapy in a healthy living environment. Our mission is to help men and women establish a new life through the saving knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As a community based Christian organization, our goal is to minister to hurting people by helping them rebuild their lives in accordance with the word of God.

Jesus came to earth and started a ministry of restoration and reconciliation between God and man. Since 1951 Faith Farm Ministries has been dedicated to God's calling of rebuilding broken lives.

Our goal is to minister to the drug addicted, the alcoholic, the homeless and other hurting people by helping them rebuild their lives in accordance with the Word of God.

Using Christian principles, we provide daily classes, work enhancement and a healthy living environment.

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)