It is important that any person applying for residency at NCM - Liberty House agrees with our principles, standards and rules. Liberty House is not a rooming house or second stage program, nor is it primarily a safe place for persons who want to stop using drugs and alcohol. Rather, it is a discipleship home where residents come to live in order to learn how to become committed disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Although the NCM house is primarily a Christian discipleship residence and is intended for individuals who are believers in Jesus Christ, it is understood that there may be instances where NCM accepts an individual who genuinely has an interest in following Jesus Christ, but has yet to make that decision in his life. An individual who is seeking may be accepted and may continue on at the home based on the General Director’s and House Supervisor’s belief that the individual is a good fit and is sincere in His desire to explore further the Christian faith. Regardless, of whether the individual has put his faith in Jesus Christ, the expectations for behavior would remain the same for all residents.
The NCM Board of Directors wants all potential residents to be very clear about what will be expected of a person applying to follow this discipleship program. The following outlines our discipleship principles and expectations.Read More...
Character that Should Be Observed in a Healthy and Growing Disciple of Jesus Christ
The Board of Directors of NCM has Mr. Andre Materman, the House Supervisor, to manage the spiritual atmosphere in Liberty House. Me. Jim Dods continues to counsel the residents with the above principles in mind.
If, after carefully reading this list, you believe that you would like to participate in our discipleship home, please feel free to apply to come to Liberty house. On the other hand, if you know that this lifestyle is not for you, please do not apply to become a resident. We will try to direct you to a more suitable place.
Because you will be living in community and representing NCM in the community, your actions do matter. Applicants will be asked to read and sign an agreement (Part 2), as documented by the board of directors. It is the responsibility of the house supervisor and general director to enforce this agreement in a consistent and fair manner. These rules set out the expectations NCM board, the house supervisor and general director have of you upon acceptance into Liberty House.
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We would then follow up, to arrange an in-person or telephone interview.
God Bless. We look forward to hearing from you.Read More...
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