Remnant House Outreach Ministries

Luke 16:3-9 

Many of those who have the opportunity to enter the Remnant House just need one more chance in a positive environment. They need to be fertilized by the Spirit of God so they can produce an abundance of fruit. With your help, we can bring the fruit of God’s spirit in to a broken vessel. 


Restoring Men to their Rightful Positions

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.

Do you feel depressed?

Are you hopeless?

Do you feel like you can’t trust anyone?

Is your addiction ruining your life?

Are you ready to break the chain of dysfunction?

If you answered “Yes” to any of the questions
above, The Remnant House can help. 

Our Mission

The Remnant House Outreach Ministry is a Christ-centered ministry which focuses on restoring men to their rightful position in society. We provide a positive Christian enriched atmosphere in a sober living environment. We offer our guests a safe “home base” from which to reintegrate into their community, family, work and life.

Our Vision

Provide housing in which homeless veterans, adult men and women with addictions may receive restoration, hope and a sober lifestyle in a safe environment.

Remnant House Testimonies

Our Board Members

We are excited and would like for you to share in the excitement with us because we are fulfilling a vision that God has given us to empower His people. We were inspired by God to begin a ministry designed to assist in setting the captives free from drug and alcohol addiction

This program is like no other program in the area because not only is it based on Biblical principles, it addresses attitudes and behaviors and aids in rebuilding and restructuring lives

We believe that Satan has attacked men and that he wants to destroy the family by severing the very spine of the man and we have declared war on him. We are committed to empowering and restoring displaced men in their rightful positions as the head of the family. The three home, 16 bed facility located in Moncks Corner, SC is a yearlong commitment. Upon completion of the program, employment, bank account and housing should be established along with a working knowledge of Gods word.

LaVance Coleman

LaVance Coleman

Founder / President

La Vance Coleman traveled down the road of addiction, battling the clutches of crack cocaine and alcoholism for many years. La Vance has been sober now since June 2004 and has committed himself to help other men who are struggling and are held in bondage by addictions.

Catherine Coleman

Catherine Coleman

Vice President

Brad Hoisington

Brad Hoisington


Sandra Jamison

Sandra Jamison


Gen'ee Kinsley

Gen'ee Kinsley

Assistant Secretary

Jack Dunne

Jack Dunne

Voting Board Member

Our Story

How We Got Started

On January 2, 2012 God enabled La Vance to open the Remnant House. La Vance chose the word Remnant be­cause of the meaning: “a small remaining piece of some­thing”. The story of the fig tree in Luke 13:6-9 talks about giving one more chance and the “remnant” is that small piece of a man’s soul that is still left. La Vance believes that through the power of Christ men can be returned to their rightful positions. He believes God has given him the power to overcome and he wants to provide that same opportunity to other men that are willing to change the outcome and story for their lives. La Vance believes the Remnant house can be the first step in returning to what God has planned for your life.

Where We Are Now

The Remnant House is a Christian-based 501 C-3 nonprofit organization that was created to provide a safe, positive, interactive and encouraging en­vironment for men struggling with addictions. The recovery process is based on Biblical principles that address changes in attitudes and behaviors which aid in the rebuilding and restructuring of lives.


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With you help, we can change men’s lives, which in turn changes their families and the world. With a mission to return men to their rightful places in their lives, we know we can make a lasting difference, for generations to come.


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Saving Lives & re-building Families Since 2012

Men Helped

$ Raised

Families Impacted

We've Helped over 150 Men Turn Their Lives Around Since 2012

During the 8 years our ministry has been serving the Lowcountry, we have helped men addicted to alcohol and drugs recover their lives and become active members of their families. Our goal is to see men return to the head of their household and become re-integrated into society following their battle with substance abuse. There is hope, and we are blessed to be able to lead men to the true solution, a relationship with Christ.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I apply for remnant house?

Check out the rules for our program on the Enroll page, and contact us at with any questions.

What will i do while at remnant house?

Remnant House is a rigorous recovery program, which requires your full participation in counseling, devotions, checkups, physical labor and other program activities.

What are the rules at remnant house?

You must live on site at Remnant House, participate in each facet of the program and must not be engaged in any illegal activity. Drinking is not allowed. There is a designated area for you to smoke, chew tobacco or use electronic devices on the premises.

what happens once i leave remnant house?

Upon successful completion of our program, our hope is that you will have accumulated more than enough savings to begin to look for an apartment or house, whichever you desire. You should also be able to turn on all utilities and furnish your place without exhausting your bank accounts. This is what we consider a successful graduate.

will i get to see my family while at remnant house?

There will be special visitation periods where family is allowed to come see you at Remnant House.

how much does it cost me to stay at remnant house?

For cost information please contact

can i have a job while at remnant house?

Yes. You can have a job 30-45 days after entering the program, during what we call a "black out" time to become sober. Once that time frame is complete we encourage you to have a job and start saving with our savings program, in order to provide you with a jumpstart once you graduate from the program.

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PO Box 1803 Goose Creek, SC 29445

Call Us: (843) 729-8675

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