Transforming Lives to Transform the World
Who we are.
Transformation Life Center (TLC) is a Christian discipleship program for men 18+ who are seeking help to work through life controlling issues through the healing power and grace of Jesus Christ. TLC adheres to the Word of God as the authority for ultimate truth and centers all program, organizational, and staff development on that absolute truth. TLC is a registered non-profit, faith based organization governed by a Board of Directors who carries out the organization’s mission and vision through the leadership of the Executive Director and his team. TLC’s Christian discipleship program will help the men learn how to recover and manage new lives of hope and freedom in mind, body, and soul, through understanding and rebuilding their true self-identity and purpose found only in Jesus Christ.
What we do.
Every person involved with TLC, from the Board of Directors down to the newest staff and volunteer, are passionately focused on fulfilling the mission of transforming lives, to transform the world. Over the last 33 years, TLC has become a safe haven for 2,500 men. There has been tremendous healing, restoration, victory and peace in the lives of the men who have come through TLC. The leadership at TLC has always been vital in making sure the men and their families are receiving the compassion, grace and exhortation they need to be successful in the program ....
What we believe.
As a ministry that is dedicated to the transformation of men, we take very seriously the tenets of our faith.
We unapologetically subscribe to a historic, orthodox understanding of biblical Christianity.
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This video typifies the transformation that our men experience as they allow God to work in their lives and change them from the inside out. They come in with the labels that the world placed on them and they leave with the dignity and the new name God has written on their hearts. (Rev. 2:17)
News & Events.
A GAME OF INCHESAugust 22, 2017
Becoming A Future-Ready OrganizationAugust 22, 2017
Hope of the HopelessJuly 16, 2017
I started using drugs and alcohol when I was 14 years old and started by smoking marijuana and drinking with one of my friends and his older brother. At that age, I considered myself to have lived a very normal life …