Through prayer ministry and teaching, FHI helps people hear God’s voice so they can pursue the journey to a free and full life.
Our most pressing need is for personnel. We are seeking interns to assist with some of our programs and new initiatives. Also, the director has been working without remuneration since FHI’s inception. The Board of Directors would like to provide her with a housing allowance.In addition, we need volunteers for the following tasks:
History of Sunodia Prayer CounselingSunodia Prayer Counseling, formerly known as Finding Home Institute, is a Christ-centered, non-denominational ministry that is dedicated to rebuilding people, nurturing broken and wounded spirits, and training strong disciples.We seek to foster the spiritual, emotional and physical well-being of individuals by helping them come to the awareness—and the removal—of the issues that are blocking their growth and health. We do this by helping people come to a place of wholeness, peace and rest, where they know the truth about God and themselves.Rev. Jessie Mejias, M.A., a well-known counselor and teacher in Virginia since 2001, is the Founder and President of Sunodia Prayer Counseling. Jessie’s passion and gifts are to bring healing to the body of Christ. Jessie has a long-standing reputation as a strong and godly woman with discernment in hearing from God through words, dreams and visions. She draws on her own experience of God’s ability to heal and restore as she walks with many through their life struggles and helps them find the way to wholeness.Sunodia Prayer Counseling was established as a nonprofit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia in October of 2010 and is governed by a Board of Directors and guided by a distinguished Spiritual Advisory Board. In April of 2011, the organization received its official notification of acceptance as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.Sunodia Prayer Counseling was originally established in Alexandria, Virginia, but in April of 2011 moved its headquarters to Richmond, Virginia. In October of 2016, the organization's name was officially changed from Finding Home Institute to Sunodia Prayer Counseling.We depend largely on freewill donations to support our work. However, individuals receiving prayer ministry are encouraged to contribute a suggested minimum donation, although all are welcome regardless of financial status. Registration fees may apply for curriculum courses.
Sunodia Prayer Counseling is committed to bringing healing to the hearts of believers so that they can be better disciples of Christ. Relying on the leading and empowerment of the Holy Spirit, FHI prayer ministers are equipped to address three areas of ministry need:
Our prayer ministers are available to pray with you in locations in the Washington DC area and in Richmond, Virginia. Long distance ministry via Skype or telephone is also available on a limited basis.
Sunodia Prayer Counseling is committed to working with churches seeking healing and discipleship for their congregations and ministries seeking effective ministry training for their team members.
Our courses have three target audiences:
Sunodia Prayer Counseling courses don’t just provide participants with information about healing and discipleship—they equip them to experience the God who knows and loves them. Our students testify that their lives are forever changed as they learn to implement biblical principles. Wounded hearts are healed, captives are set free and generational blessings are released!
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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