JOB's Mission Statement
JOB’s mission is to provide services and support to individuals re-entering society.
JOB’s vision is to provide housing, individualized case management, mental healthcare, substance abuse counseling, job training and placement to improve the health of the individual and the community.
“Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved.” Acts 16:31. An individual’s relationship with Christ and the resulting power of the Holy Spirit are of utmost importance. We believe this powerful relationship provides the tools for a daily life beyond the ordinary.
Through the power of Jesus Christ sin is overcome. An individual must choose faith in Christ in order to break the bonds of sin in his/her life. We believe in helping individuals to overcome sin, be strengthened by Christ and the Word, and deal with the consequences of sin.
Sanctification, the lifelong process of being made holy, requires daily commitment. An individual can and should be in relationship with other believers as a means for learning to take place. We believe in strengthening relationships and in helping individuals to put their sanctification to practice in the world around them.
“Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.” Matthew 28:19 We believe that our salvation and sanctification bring glory to God and that he wants individuals to share this with the world. Being of service to others is the ultimate goal. Jesus Our Boss aims to serve other believers, to help them overcome the obstacles hindering their faith, and to assist them in their relationships and daily life so that they may walk as spiritually healthy individuals who are able to serve others around them.
The goal of the Life House Initiative is to enable men on CDCR supervised parole in El Dorado and Sacramento Counties, California to live in a program focused on an individualized approach to re-entry and change.