Our Mission

To create safe sober environments where people can receive the Father’s love, discover their value and identity in Christ, and to be released into the purpose God has for them.



Currently, Beulah Outreach Ministries International (BOMI) is in transition, partnering with Camp JIM (Jesus Is Mine) in Pillager, MN. As our visions for housing young adults are compatible, we are navigating what the next ministry house looks like (I.E. Discipleship living for interns in training). Approximately more than ninety people have received ministry from BOMI and released into their call since the ministry started in 2008.


  • Residents: We provide one-on-one counseling, weekly classes, experiential training, and outreach assignments to build up and assist the resident in their transformation in becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ.

  • Leadership: We mentor new leaders to become overseers of the upcoming residential homes, train and empower volunteers to minister to residents based on their calling, and provide one-on-one mentoring into the global vision of establishing the Kingdom of God in families, communities, cities and nations.


Global Expansion Activities: Kenya East and Liberia West Africa:

  • Assisted in development and implementation of the first Teen Challenge Drug Rehabilitation Center in Liberia

  • Created sustainable business for community sustenance (microfinancing using motorized peanut grinders)

  • Established sustainable purified drinking water systems

  • Discipleship in intercession and taking territory (Liberia)

Kenya Missons Trip:

Local Expansion Activities: Minneapolis, MN

Little Earth Reservation and the Commons on Marice

In 2017-2018 we ministered at the Little Earth Reservation and taught at the Commons on Marice, a senior living community.



Where We Want To Go

Take the vision and model to the nations both local and international.

  • Local: establish housing specific for women and additional co-ed and men’s housing as needed.

  • International: help to establish housing for the women in Liberia through the Teen Challenge program.

  • Create teams to support each individual residential house (financial partners, intercessors, housing overseers, teachers/mentors, volunteers)