Most Renewal Ranch clients are indigent and primarily, but not exclusively, from Central Arkansas.
Due to addiction and bad choices, many are homeless, unemployed, uninsured, emotionally and financially broke, and a major drain on family and others.
Renewal Ranch is excited to show the love of Christ to broken men by feeding, housing, and ministering to them. At Renewal Ranch, men also learn to become functional again through Bible Study, equipping, performing service projects, counseling, and daily work for others. They can transition out of hopelessness and into productive, taxpaying citizens and responsible family members. There are also opportunities for specific job training skills through partnership with local employers, colleges, technical schools, retired teachers, and GED providers.
Renewal Ranch leadership desires to help break the chains of addiction by training up disciples for Christ who are committed to giving back to their communities and helping other men and their families overcome the problems associated with addiction. We desire to see these attitudes develop in the men during Phase I and for the men to exhibit these characteristics in their lives during Phase II and beyond:
• Willingness to be held accountable
• Honesty and transparency
• Dependence on the Holy Spirit
• Readiness to forgive others and themselves
• Spiritual growth
• Attitude of service