Sponsoring A Home Building
Safe and Secure Structure for a Family in Need
Welcome To Halfway Home Ministries Newsletter
God is on the move with and through Halfway Home Ministries.
He is impacting our lives and the lives of so many Jamaicans and we would like to share these stories.
We want you to be apart of this ministry and all that is going on. This newsletter and blog is our way to keep you informed. We promise to keep this updated on a regular bases.
Please sign up for our newsletter by giving us your email. We will send you a email notice every time we update or publish a new blog post.
Financial Support Friends Like You is a blog by Ron Nelson of Halfway Home Ministries in Jamaica. Our goal is helping to train and educate youth in Jamaica.
Greetings from Jamaica June 2019 is a blog about Halfway Home Ministries and the progress this non-profit organization is making in Jamaica.
House Building Jamaica Style is a blog post to keep people in the know about what is going on with Halfway Home Ministries and Ron Nelson.
Jamaican Never Ending Paperwork is a update on the blog on what is happening in Jamaica with the ministry. All the different things to make it go and work.
Mission Work New Vision is a blog of ongoing mission work Halfway Home Ministries is involved in Jamaica. Plumbing, painting and planting coffee plants.
On the Ground in Jamaica is a blog post of my first weeks in Jamaica and setting up the new ministry and finding a place to stay, immigration office and tax id.
Jamaica Here I Come is a blog post by Ron Nelson about leaving Phoenix, Arizona to set up a ministry with his wife to teach young adults life skills.
Prayer Send Off is a blog article about my wife and I leaving our home and church in Ahwatukee, Arizona and moving to start a ministry in Jamaica.
Building a Home in Rocky Point is a newsletter about a house that Halfway Home Ministries from Jamaica help build in Mexico for a needy family.
God has called us to help families in need of safe and strong shelter. So we’re builds homes for families in need with your donations.
Most of these families have a family member with disabilities or living conditions were so poor the child or children have been removed.
Please consider donating today.