Who We Are
Dew4Him Ministries exists to serve women who are hurting, helpless or hopeless -- empowering them to live healthy, holy and harmonious lives in the community. We seek to provide practical and spiritual life skills training combined with personal mentoring and work force readiness to move away from the past failures and toward a new and flourishing life.
We currently have programs in the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women and the eastern Wake County community. We facilitate Jobs for Life and Faith and Finance classes while partnering in service with Brown Bag Ministries, Bread for Life of America’s Mobile Market and SHARE.
In addition to helping at risk women, we seek to equip women from all walks of life to love the Lord with all their heart, soul, mind and strength and their neighbors as themselves. We offer experience and exposure to both God’s Word and to God’s work.
Here’s Our Story . . .
Dew4Him Ministries began as a community based Bible study in Eastern Wake County. For 10 years we studied the Bible together and taught women how to be leaders in their homes, churches and communities. But Change Was Coming.
We were serving the women of the church, but we were staying within the walls. We were feeding each other but we were not caring for Jesus’ people . . . the sick, the broken, the widows, the prisoners, and the sinners whom he loved so deeply. "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but the sinners." (Mark 2:17) So we issued a challenge. Take what you have learned at “Heart to Heart” and go into your communities. Share your love, teach God’s word, and pour out everything you have learned here. Tear Down These Walls.
We knew that God was closing the doors of "Heart to Heart", however, we were hopeful that more women would have accepted our challenge. God did not speak for a very long time. Our leadership team prayed for 2-3 years, and it was quiet. We thought we had our new direction many times and then one day the door was opened and the prayer was answered. Our new focus was to serve the inmates of the North Carolina Correctional Institute for Women.
Fast forward 10 years. We still serve the women of NCCIW, but we have learned so much and continue our growth and transformation. When they come out of prison, where can they go? What can they do? How can we keep them from going back in? What can we do to keep them from entering the prison system in the first place?
Build A Bridge.