The Wiedenhof – a miracle house - is a house of deliverance and a Father's house where neglected, oppressed and hopless people who are bound in drugs and going through crisis in life, learn and experience to be children of the most high God. As much as eating and drinking, our everyday lives are also containing worship times, bible study, leisure time we are spending together, councelling and working times. We are part of the local FCJG Community and participate in everything the community stands for. We regard ourselves to be a family providing an atmosphere of comfort, security and trust which are important essentials so that taking responsibility for ones life, an own identity and maturity can grow and mature.

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  • Alive
    Hi, I am Sandra, I'm 40 years old and new here at the Wiedenhof. I have a backround of 20 years being into drugs; I've tried everything that was available to consume. Two months ago, when I came for my interview and to introduce myself to the staff of the rehab center and see the place, I still had ...

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  • Never again to school
    Never again to school Before I entered the Wiedenhof I was in 10th grade of highschool. Because of my addiction to cannabis and other controlled substances, my grades were really low; I attended class lectures on my own terms. My brain sometimes felt like a swiss cheese with many wholes in it, caus...

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  • Now or never
    Now or never Either I change my life completely or I and the relationship I have with my family will be destroyed. These were the thoughts that brought me to the point of entering the Wiedenhof. My name is Sascha, I am 26 years old and I grew up in a christian family. At age 13, I got introduced to...

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  • Freedom
    I grew up in a Christian home and with that I also joined my parents going to their church on a regular basis. However, even as a small boy I found all of it really boring. I decided to become anything else than a believer! At 12 years old I put my decision into action and started to take drugs. Thi...

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  • Perspective
    When I entered the Wiedenhof a year ago, I was 16, confused and broken because of drugs. I started taking cannabis when I was 13 and ended up taking Crystal Meth. 3 times I was rushed to the hospital because of an overdose. Many of my relationships with others got destroyed as well. I knew I needed ...

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  • Jesus paid for everything – a financial miracle...
    When I entered the Wiedenhof about half a year ago, I had debts of around 20.000 Euro. A very disconcerting mess. From the day I moved in to the rehab, I had to learn to trust God and believe that with Him everything is possible; and that I would be able to get out of debts again.The first miracle t...

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  • What if?
    I was a slave to cocaine and gambling. Because of that I lost everything: my family, flat, car etc... On top of my addiction, I accumulated debts of about 20.000 Euros that I have to pay back monthly. What would have happened if that person in the withdrawal clinic had not said that Jesus could set ...

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  • Set free on the first day!
    I come from Switzerland. About two years ago I started to take cocaine besides drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes. When I moved in to the Wiedenhof 4 weeks ago I thought I would have to go through withdrawal. But it never happened! From the first day on I got set free! God even changed my heart...

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  • Free from self-rejection
    At the beginning of this year I stopped taking the psychotropic medications that I was on for the past nine years. It took about three months for me to taper off the meds and then finally stop, totally. I didn't feel much difference after that but later on I began to feel really bad. I started to is...

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  • In one of our regular family nights ...
    Every Friday evening we meet as FCJG fellowship for our so named family nights. In small groups we meet in our different Houses ( Mission House, Wiedenhof, Revival School and house-group fellowships) as a family to share our hearts and talk about how our week has been going. Here is a glimpse of ou...

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  • Hearing God's voice
    With the theme: "Songs and stories - everyone has his own story - who is writing yours?", we had Jake Hamilton from the States one evening with us in the FCJG fellowship. The day before, many from our community went out to invite people in the inner city for the event. As I was hesitating in the be...

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  • Finally, alive!
    At 16 years of age I started to take drugs. In the beginning, only at parties that I joined but very soon it became my escape from the hurts I was experiencing.At 21, when I realized I had lost control, I fell into alcohol too. There was no limit for me anymore...It was then that Jesus met me for th...

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