For the past three weeks, the phone lines have been down due to some trouble with the
phone lines. We have been working to get them back on. We apologize for this inconvenience.
It has been a Psalms 118:24 day, since this started on June 16th. Phones rang for the
first time on June 29th. They are still not completely done fixing them, but they are
close. Thank you for being a partner with us. We are definitely not going anywhere. Thank
you for continuing to support us. We are thankful for your faithfulness.
Please email email@example.com for prayer, becoming a partner, information about the ministry,
or someone you know who needs help. If you give us your contact information we will call you.
We look forward to hearing from you.
In 1981, Canaan Land Ministries was founded by Mac Gober, a former motorcycle hoodlum. Since then, Mac has helped hundreds of young men turn otherwise lost and broken lives into productive and fruitful lives.
Canaan Land is a non-profit, interdenominational Bible Training Center. Men 18 years and older can apply to become students in the one-year program. Much of Canaan Land’s success is due to the staffs commitment to love and care for the students, providing “Direction With Affection.” The home offers a well-rounded activity schedule that includes Bible study, prayer, counseling and daily work responsibilities.
Students watch videos or listen to tapes, which motivate them in the right direction. They have ample time for letter writing, fishing, canoeing, weight lifting, volleyball, basketball, special field trips and outings, reading and much more. Those who never graduated from high school can study to earn their G.E.D.
The entire program is totally free to the students and his family. The only responsibility the men have for one year is to get their life straightened out!
Graduates have a healthy and balanced outlook on life. They have the tools to start, develop or rekindle relationships in a healthy and respectful manner. They have a firm belief in God and the power of Jesus to direct their lives. For the first time in their lives, many believe in and accept themselves.