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Restoration Ministry: Isaiah 61 and Luke 4:18 describe the ministry of Jesus, which includes sharing or preaching the Good News of salvation to everyone, healing the broken-hearted, setting captives free, giving sight to the blind, and restoring the generations that have been devastated by the sins of the fathers. Life hurts us, in some cases from conception, and through the powerful ministry of inner healing prayer, our Abba Father, who designed us and knit us together in the womb (Ps 139:13-16), can and does heal us, restoring us to His original design and identity in Him. It is only when we know who we are as His children that we can recognize and realize our God-ordained destiny. 


Healing Prayer Appointments: Contact Acton Beard at


Discipleship: Deep Water Ministry (Luke 5: 1-5) is an ongoing teaching, mentoring outreach to the larger community. NBISC team members are participants but these Bible studies are open to anyone from area churches who are seeking to "go deeper" with Jesus.  Participation in other NBISC activities is optional!  We value “revelation” as opposed to “information,” for it’s through revelation that life change happens; it is through life change that world change is possible. There is a critical difference between simply “hearing” the Gospel message and “receiving” it within one’s heart, mind and spirit! Our goal is to awaken the churched and un-churched to live life in the release of the Holy Spirit. Individual mentoring for counsel, prayer and direction are available upon request… whatever is warranted for growth and healing. 


Healing Prayer Training Intensive Weekends: 

If you feel called to serve in this ministry, Healing Prayer weekends are held two times a year.

Contact: Acton Beard at

Bible study and discipleship with RBLC (Riverside Behavior and Learning Collaborative)

Contact Shannon Davis at



Prayer Outreach: We will return to praying at Friendship Place as soon as they reopen their kitchen at their new location.  Outreach members must be trained before serving in this ministry.  

Contact: Acton Beard at

 Princess Parties: Game changing events of loving well. Graduates of Georgetown Works Boot camp are celebrated for their commitment to restoration. Let us know if you are interested in hosting and serving at one of our parties this year.  We hosted a dozen ladies at our recent Princess Party in February.  Contact: Shannon Davis at 843-602-0884





No Boundaries Int. SC Food Trailer. We take our ministry on the road wherever the Lord leads.  We've brought the trailer to several events for the Carolina Human Reinvestment SC community garden to feed local children and their families.  We currently serve lunch and offer prayer to our guests at Baskervill Food Bank and Project Lighthouse. See our calendar for dates. We welcome volunteers and monetary donations as we seek to increase the number of places we go to feed and pray for those in need in Georgetown and Horry counties. "Taste and see that the Lord is good." Psalm 34:8


Contact Michele at 410-608-2124 or to help with the food truck ministry.




SC Coastal Region Task Force on Human Trafficking. We continue to stay in communication and attend zoom trainings through the Public Education and Awareness subcommittee. If you're interested in working with this group through NBISC let us know. Shannon Davis from NBISC is part of the task force.  You may call her with questions if you'd like more information about getting involved.  843-602-0884.  You may also click here for their Facebook page.



Outreach to Non-profit service providers: Full or part-time service to “those in hard dark places” is exhausting! Our ministry serves those already working to make a significant difference in the lives of those staff persons by praying with them and assisting them as the opportunity and need arises.

  • New Directions Shelters (Myrtle Beach)  We currently have prayer boxes for each of New Directions' 3 facilities.  We are planning to expand our food truck ministry to include a monthly visit to New Directions to serve lunch beginning this fall

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  • Carolina Human Reinvestment SC (Georgetown) The CHRSC Community garden on Petigru Drive in Pawleys Island is just a little over two years old, but it has already helped provide fresh fruit and vegetables to over 1,000 families through the Baskervill Food Pantry.  CHRSC's garden motto is "grow - feed - teach".  In addition to the garden, CHRSC is dedicated to "Inspiring a healing environment of growth, empowerment and unlimited potential for at risk individuals and families." We will be partnering with CHRSC to feed children and families at various events at the garden and at their Georgetown office. 

  • Sea Haven for Youth and Project Lighthouse at Sea Haven

Project Lighthouse is a Drop-In Center and Street Outreach for youth ages 16-24 in Myrtle Beach.  Sea Haven Crisis Center is a shelter and rapid re-housing center for youth ages 13-17 in Little River.  We are currently visiting Sea Haven once a month to fix lunch and pray with the youth and members of that neighborhood.


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