In January, 78 women attended our Beauty Instead of Ashes conference in Cloquet, MN.
It was a time of discovery, healing and profound hope for many, and gave birth to two Cloquet women’s support groups and many, many trauma recovery prayer ministry appointments.
Since January, Cloquet residents have received 125 Door of Hope ministry services. People’s hunger for hope and transformation is starting to be met in northern Minnesota...
To continue the work, Jesus has brought us a Volunteer Cloquet Director, Aimee Anderson. Welcome Aimee! We thank God for bringing you to Door of Hope!
Three years ago I had chronic illness that was completely debilitating. Our boys, whom I had homeschooled, had to be enrolled in public school and I resigned as Women’s Ministry Director at Good Hope Church.
Since then, I have received both emotional and physical healing. Praise God!
I am thankful for my dear friend, Darlene Cook (Door of Hope Associate Director), who introduced me to Door of Hope!
Since my first Door of Hope support group last fall (Authentic Hope), I've had an exciting vision to bring this ministry to my hometown of Cloquet, and have been very thankful to partner with Door of Hope and the growing Door of Hope community!
I want to pass on all that I have learned, and continue this life-long recovery process, side by side with others in the Cloquet area. Doing so brings me so much joy!
For 20 years, I’ve lived in Cloquet with my husband, Sean, and our three sons. Connor is 19, Sam is 18, and Peter will be 16. We celebrate neuro-diversity in this family with two sons on the spectrum. We enjoy all things geek-culture and build joy by playing role-playing games together!
She’d love to hear from you!