Miracle Hill Overcomers for Men has a Christian curriculum that also implements the 12-step model. The program has four phases, including spiritual foundations, inner healing, building healthy relationships and life planning. The program lasts 27 weeks, offering group and individual counseling, Bible study, devotional services, classroom instruction and seminars.
Reid Lehman has been employed with Miracle Hill Ministries since 1980 and has led the ministry since 1985. Reid holds an undergraduate degree from Bob Jones University, an MBA from Winthrop University, and an honorary doctorate from Clearwater Christian College. In 1997, Reid received the Lewis Hine Award, presented by the National Child Labor Committee for service to children and youth. In 2002, he received the Silver Crescent Award for service to the state of South Carolina. In the fall of 2005, he published God Wears His Own Watch, an autobiographical account of God at work in Miracle Hill Ministries.More
Larry joined Miracle Hill Ministries in November 2009. His passion is to help the ministry, clients and employees to be all that God desires us to be. Prior to joining Miracle Hill, he served in both local church and mission agency settings. Larry has also served in various leadership roles in business and education. He received his MBA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his BS degree from the University of Arkansas. Larry is married and has four children.More
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