Here at Waymaker.Church, we strive to be a community that pursues holy sexuality. We are passionate about building bridges and removing obstacles for people to experience freedom.
We partner with Proven Ministries, who has a passion to see people set free from their sin and passionately pursue Jesus in a personal relationship with Him.
Proven Men is a private group that helps men find sexual freedom through accountability, encouragement, and Biblical truth. All information shared remains confidential.
Proven Women is a private group dedicated to seeing women freed from the bonds of sexual addiction. Sexual addiction does not discriminate. If you are one of the many women today who privately struggles with lust and pornography, this study will point you to freedom through Jesus Christ.
Proven Wives is a private group for the wives of men who have struggled with sexual integrity. This study walks you through the betrayal trauma, grief, and anger that results from discovering your husband’s unfaithfulness.
LEAD A PROVEN GROUP
Help others experience freedom and make a way for new and deeper by serving as a Group Leader. If you have never served at Waymaker.Church before, your first step is to attend Discover Serving. Take your next step to become a group leader below.
Waymaker.Church’s Lay Counseling ministry aims to make a way for people who struggle in a broken world. We offer the following options for those who attend Waymaker.Church to receive counseling:
Joel and Theresa Hesch
Joel and Theresa Hesch have been married for over 30 years and are passionate about helping men and women find victory over sexually addictive behaviors, whether it is lust, pornography, or affairs. But life and marriage has not always been easy. Joel founded Proven Ministries 20 years ago after breaking free from sexual addiction that nearly destroyed his life and marriage. Tens-of-thousands of people have used his studies to experience sexual integrity. Theresa uses her counseling training and life experiences as the Counseling Director at Waymaker and oversees recovery groups and lay counseling. Together, the Hesch’s use their own struggles and victories to guide others to the healing power of Christ in the midst of muddy waters.