Koinonia House Ministries

Wheaton, IL

Founded: 1997

Tel: (630) 221-9930

Website: http://www.KoinoniaHouse.org

Top LeaderRev. Manuel Mill

Donor Contact: Rev. Manuel Mill

Member Since: October 2, 2001

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $425,895
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $2,845
   Total Revenue $428,740
   Total Expenses $289,453
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $794,775
Total Liabilities $3,958
Net Assets $790,817
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Koinonia House® Ministries (KHM) glorifies God through the redemption of our neighbors in prison by the gospel of Jesus Christ and their continued discipleship out of prison, thus reducing the recidivism rate. KHM bridges the gap between the Christian inmate and the local church by facilitating the integration of the former inmate into the church, workplace, and society through biblical discipleship. This takes place through our in-prison ministries, Meet Me at the Gate®, Koinonia House of Wheaton, and Radical Time Out™.

Koinonia House of Wheaton facilitates the integration of former inmates into the local church, workplace, and society through biblical discipleship in a residential, family-like setting.
Koinonia House National Ministries seeks to fulfill the Lord's call to minister to Christians coming out of prison through our Meet Me at the Gate® (MMATG) church program. Through MMATG, we equip churches to execute a selection process, which effectively allows a local congregation to embrace at least one released inmate, our "Christian neighbor."
Radical Time Out (RTO) is a community that welcomes everyone to experience the love and grace of Jesus Christ, regardless of color, class, culture, crisis, or crime. Attendees include former inmates, families of incarcerated loved ones, those involved in the criminal justice system, and Christians who want to experience firsthand God at work in individual lives. RTO meets weekly for a meal, prayer, and worship at local churches.
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