Treasures of the Heart International Ministries

 501(c)(3) Non-profit Religious Corporation 
930 Cambridge Street, Suite 106, Fayetteville, NC 28303

 "Reaching One Person At A Time With The Gospel Of Jesus Christ"

. Danette M. Verchér, Ph.D.
CEO/Founder & Sr. Pastor


We are committed to the Great Commission and stand on our Biblical mandate of evangelism outreach and other Christian services such as; Feeding the Homeless, Substance and Alcohol Abuse Recovery, Domestic Violence Abuse Recovery, Marriage and Family Christian Counseling, Education, Youth Empowerment, Health and Wellness; We endeavor to serve with excellence in specific fields, such as: Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, Teachers, Ministers, Missionaries, Church Administrators, Christian Leaders and Church Workers, Christian Counselors and Christian Educators. We seek to reach leaders and workers in a global effort. 

Treasures of the Heart International Ministries is a Full Gospel, Pentecostal Christian Church Ministry dedicated to helping individuals, groups, domestic and foreign ministries fulfill their Biblical mission through Christ Centered teaching, training and equipping of Christian Leaders and Workers for effective ministry work globally; We equip the Body of Christ through Holy Ghost inspired teaching while laying Apostolic and Prophetic foundation to produce an Apostolic and Prophetic people who advance the Kingdom of God through one unified church. Treasures of the Heart International Ministries is an "Inclusive" Christian Church Ministry open to all Christian denominations, Fellowships, Leaders and Workers, and all born again believers in Christ that believe the Bible through the Holy Spirit is the infallible witness of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

One may become affiliated with Treasures of the Heart International Ministries under our structure and legal umbrella and 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Religious Corporation. 


Second Harvest Food Bank of Southeast NC & Feeding America
Treasures of the Heart International Ministries Agency Number: 1040

Currently per month Out-of-Pocket personal expenses are used to distribute
to at least 50 families in Fayetteville, NC. 

With your donations food will be purchased from Second Harvest Food Bank and Feeding America. Our organization has the potential to meet the goal of distributing food to up to 1,500 families each month.

Approximately 20% of the state of North Carolina residents qualifies for assistance.  Our client base is zero to low-income people, mainly families, who need emergency help to put food on the table.  Nearly half of those served by the program are children. Second Harvest Food Bank operates a warehouse facility where we shop for the donated or rescued food for distribution.  The program actively solicits food from local food growers, retailers, wholesalers, and processors.  


A program will be implemented that teaches the residents necessary life skills and provides a collaborative approach to empowerment which is the keystone to developing self-sufficiency. Classes will include personal development, vocational training, substance abuse counseling, interpersonal skills building, community involvement, leisure activities, and independent living skills.

Our program will form partnerships with local school districts and the juvenile court system. The goal is to foster a commitment to young people that will promote pro-social friendships, strong interpersonal skills, and reassert a sense of hope in the future. Only through personal relationships can a sense of individual responsibility be reestablished that will give youth the commitment to follow through on a path to adulthood with a sense of pride and accomplishment.

Through repeated failures in the classroom and the development of destructive habits, at-risk young people have lost faith in the possibilities that await them if they are successful in putting their lives together. To accomplish this goal, young people must be in a caring, inclusive learning environment that promotes their best effort and reinforces personal respect.

Dr. Verchér Storytelling to Inner City Youth     Dr. Verchér works with Disabled/Drug Addicted Children


Current Partnership - Reneé Elder-Chairman
MEMBER ID: 2763898

Dr. Danette M. Verchér is a Retired DoD Specialist/Trainer and that became disabled. She continues to contract for the DoD and its Government Intelligence Research Division. She is aTactical Addiction and Recovery Specialist and Outsource Counselor for all Law Enforcement and Military Agency Officer's stricken with PTSD, Depression and Substance Abuse. She is a member and certified American Association of Christian Counselors Counselor with a deep concentration in Military Initiative Divisional Counseling. Her recent partnership with Reneé Elder the Chairman of Veterans Empowering Veterans of Fayetteville, NC is proving to be a very effective connection for Treasures of the Heart and the community of people being served.

In today's world, many in the armed forces are experiencing unprecedented mental and behavioral issues, and their families often face with overwhelming stresses and challenges.

Dr. Danette M. Verchér and Treasures of the Heart International Ministries are committed to standing in the gap to provide Stress and Trauma Care, knowledge and understanding of PTSD and Combat Trauma. We want to give active Compassionate Care and Competent Counsel for military service men and women and their families. So whether you are a counselor, chaplain, or caregiver, please join us in bringing help, hope, and healing in the person of Jesus to our nation's military servants.

Help us help our HEROE'S!  


Treasures of the Heart International Ministries transitional housing and life skill training for men, women, and families. Will offer assistance to frequently homeless, as they move from dependent, often abusive relationships into independent, self-sufficient lifestyles. Additionally, it assists clients in child reunification.

Our facilities are long-term transitional housing. All other shelters only offer up to 30 days of housing whereas Treasures of the Heart International MinistriesTransitional Housing would offer a one year program  to assist them in home ownership and a savings program. On staff is a chemical dependency counselor, AIDS counselor, and a family reunification counselor to assist clients.

We are called to grow, not remain stagnant in our spiritual development. The Christian life is a 
dynamic force that is on a constant continuum that remains in constant tension. When you are not advancing in your spiritual walk you are regressing. The writer of Hebrews reminds us that we are required to move past the elementary principles of the faith to more advanced doctrines. The ability to effectively execute the Christian way of life requires a growing and developing knowledge and understanding of the multitudinous assets provided to every believer. It is our goal here to introduce multiple opportunities for the participants in this program to not only improve their level of physical fitness, but to also improve their spiritual fitness as well. We will incorporate group exercises in which spiritual laws will expressed in ways that are analogous to fitness principles.

The goal is to develop believers that are holistically prepared for the full Christian experience. We understand that being well prepared spiritually has its great reward; however, it is imperative to apprehend the fact that the capabilities associated with this spiritual hypertrophy is minimized when the believer is struggling in other areas (such as health, fitness, and finance). Though the focal point will be on fitness we will offer programs to help participants in areas such has finance, marriage, bridging faith and the workplace, and more.

Although the program is designed for Christian believers we will also offer the program to nonbeliever with an adjusted curriculum that will expose them to the faith without inappropriately imposing Christianity upon them.

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