Lake Orion, MI – November 2018 – Guest House is pleased to introduce “The Healing Ministry of Guest House,” a feature video sharing the positive outcome of treatment – the return of clergy and religious to their ministries.
Earlier this year, Guest House staff agreed there was a need for a multi-media presentation that would share the story of their healing ministry. According to Rev. Mark Stelzer, SThD, Guest House director of education, “The video offers leadership and lay people information and education regarding the treatment center experience so that when a priest leaves a parish for treatment, concern and confusion can be allayed.”
This 16-minute video that can be found at GuestHouse.org, and it assures people that treatment works and recovery is possible for everyone. The video can also be accessed with a direct link: http://bit.ly/GuestHouseHealingMinistry.
Jeff Henrich, Guest House president and chief executive officer, explains, “We decided to share the good work of Guest House through the journeys of a few of our alumni, including clarifying information relayed by staff members. Our focus is that we return God’s consecrated and ordained to their ministries.”
The project involved a wonderful collaboration with NewGroup Media in South Bend, Indiana. “Following an extensive search, we signed a contract with NewGroup Media, and they made the entire project a meaningful experience. It included six days of filming in five locations, and the light of God’s healing grace was always with us. Everything Guest House does is a team effort, and the video production was a powerful example of that truth,” shares Doris Brandt, Guest House marketing and communications director.
Guest House invites everyone to open their eyes, minds and hearts and take in this special 16-minute message of hope and healing. Visit GuestHouse.org today.
Guest House, Inc., included in the Official Catholic Directory, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, licensed and CARF accredited health care provider and specializes in addiction treatment for Catholic clergy and religious, since 1956. It is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprised of 15 individuals including lay people and religious from throughout the United States. Contact Doris Brandt at 248-393-8935 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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