501(C)(3) Tax Exempt
Our core values are based on SPIRITUALITY for building self-respect and personal value. HEALTHY minds, bodies, and souls are our greatest hope for families. YIELDING in identifying areas of concern with eyes of caution. AUTHENTICITY for building long lasting relationships, with grace, mercy, and love. NURTURING the family and never judging but praying to see them as God sees them. NOBILITY and integrity with self-worth are the qualities of character we strive by example to inspire within every individual in our programs.


How many times a week does a church or organization receive calls from families or individuals in need of help? This call is the most crucial moment for the opportunity to do a phone interview, to understand their story, to get to know them and, most importantly, to get the ball rolling for an amazing mind, body, and soul renovation. However, most of the time when that call comes in, we scramble for answers that may end up leaving them further enabled rather than helped. Continued enabling deepens their character of entitlement. We train volunteers, partner with numerous organizations, and Churches to incorporate the, 
3 R's, Research-Resources-Results.
Our vision is to change the toxic, charity mind-set and bring people into full transformation and change. We have gathered and consolidated years of experience and education into our training programs.
One of the greatest areas of need is not only healing, inspiration, and housing, many women are sitting on thousands of dollars' worth of Attorney debt, generated while trying to obtain child support. If one Attorney Firm sponsored one mom in the community, the results would be incredible.
When the family is committed, we create an individual plan of action customized for the family needs, hopes, and desires. This includes budgeting, credit repair, and a plan to encourage and show how the family can obtain home ownership. This is a huge motivating tool for the families who never dreamed they could repair their credit and purchase a home.

If there is not a plan or program in place, the call connection is fruitless. We train, incorporate the program, and serve as a pivotal arm connected to the church or organization that oversees ShyAnn's Hope partnered volunteer teams, generated by the establishment that oversees the family. We offer educational resources, encouragement, help with unexpected issues and assistance to open doors for prosperous opportunities.
We work together to share the love of Jesus and demonstrate the power of productive life tools, Bible studies, prayer, forgiveness, and accountability. The teams provide various support to struggling single and teen families and their children, especially teens, extending customized vision for families to obtain a higher, Christ centered quality of life. We believe that deceptive patterns and society's immoral downfalls are causing parents and individuals to make choices that are damaging and hindering not only their God given purpose, but also the healthy growth and development of their children.


 ShyAnn’s mom was a teen mom with a baby daughter. When she was 17, her mom found herself in a domestic violence shelter instead of going to proms and filling out college applications. She possessed a very poor self-image and had no healthy support systems, and was merely following the same patterns she was raised in. Five years later in 1983, she gave birth to ShyAnn. Her parents married but divorced after a short, tumultuous marriage, alcohol being the core of the destructive situation. For the next three years, she set out to make changes by going back to school. She also extended feverish prayers for God to send a good man to love her and her two daughters. The Lord heard her cries and brought them a kind and gentle man. To date, they have been married for over 31-years. ShyAnn’s family made extreme changes, created a music ministry, and were saved in 1996. More importantly, they realized that the Bible had been missing from their religious family backgrounds and subsequently, together discovered personal relationships with Jesus. ShyAnn's family ministry witnessed in detention centers, churches, and at many other events, both secular and Christian.

ShyAnn was a beautiful joy to her family. She was gifted with an infectious smile and an energetic, humorous personality. She excelled in her younger years in school; was VIP of her junior class; sang; loved music, dance, theater, rodeo, and clogging. However in her mid-twenties, she began to decline due to her dysfunctional family environment during her younger, crucial developmental years. Even though saved, ShyAnn did not have a strong biblical foundation and wisdom while trying to accomplish her dreams in a difficult, young adult generation. When she was on her own, chasing her dreams in the music industry, the result was detrimental. ShyAnn could not find the life she hungered for, lived 2000 miles away from family, and struggled to find a church home. ShyAnn was raised to love everyone. Sadly, she did not know how to Guard her heart. Rejection in love, relationships, and her dreams drove her to self-medicate her pain and anxiety with alcohol.  On December 6, 2015, the Lord saw she was tired and worn-out and took her home. We praise God that in her short life, she touched hundreds of lives and never stopped fighting affliction in prayer and in faith. We learned from her writings how much she cried out to Jesus for help. Ironically, right before her accident, the last picture she took on her phone was of an old Gideon Bible, her final message for us was profound, never ending, and will live on forever: God's Word is truth. And no matter what; never play with fire and heed to the warnings from our parents, healthy role models, and adhere to the Word of God; further be mindful of deceptive and hindering relationships.
"Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the Devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know your brothers around the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings".  1 Peter 5:8-9 
ShyAnn was a motivated believer and toured with the Young Continentals for two years. This video was for her audition to tour with the Jeremiah People, a young adult theater group, of which she was chosen. (Turn on sound).

In loving memory of ShyAnn Marie

7/2/1983 to 12/6/2015

ShyAnn, her mom and sister, Shauna 1984.

"Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable-if anything is excellent or praise worthy-think about such things and the God of peace will be with you." Phillippians 4:8.