We run three signature programs.

On The Streets:

Sharing Jesus with Message and a Meal. Our ‘On The Streets’ ministry offers the Word of God to those living in the streets, parks, or wooded areas through the offering of a good meal, in a consistent place, at a consistent time. Program Page HERE.

Stepping Up:

Sharing the Practical Application of God’s Word to Those Struggling With and Working on Addiction, Affliction, and Life-Controlling behaviors in their lives. Our Stepping Up program offers both men and women who are struggling with life-controlling behaviors an opportunity to come together for a shared meal and Bible Study. Program Page HERE.

Bible Training Center (OBTC):

An intense 10 Month Biblical Program to End Affliction and Addiction with a Focus on Getting Free and Living in Joy with Jesus. Not Just Your Typical Getting Sober or Just Surviving Program. Program Page HERE.

“He who the son sets free is free indeed!”~ John 8:36

Current Ministry Projects;
We Are Always Seeking Partnerships to Fulfill Our Mission!

Overlook Ministries General Fund

$2,200 5 $40,000

We envision the life-saving Word of God being offered to those the world has overlooked. To see broken men healed by the powerful Word of God as we help men learn to help themselves. Our ministry focuses on providing the structures necessary to redeem, rescue, and restore those living in life contro

Overlook Bible Training Center- Operations

$2,200 5 $100,000

Helping Desperate Men To Get Life Right. We offer a year-long, intensive Bible training experience for desperate men. In our training center, the practical application of the Word of God and Christian living principles are applied in an atmosphere of love and direction, we call ‘direction with

Bible Training Center Expansion- OBTC

$2,200 5 $750,000

Overlook Ministries is funded through private donations of community partners and friends who believe in our ministry. We are currently seeking new financial partners in the expansion of our Bible training center to meet a greater need than we can currently accommodate. Lives are in the balance. The