Welcome To The Nathan Project
The Nathan Project is a ministry providing hope, leadership, training and a place of recovery for men who struggle with the compulsive use of pornography and sexual addiction, the spouses and ex-spouses of these men and the families trapped in this menacing cycle of addiction.
In the sexualized culture in which we live, the Nathan Project is determined educate the church when invited that it may provide a safe environment to Restore, Renew & Rebuild broken men pursuing a life of integrity.
Our Mission of Hope: Engage, equip, and encourage Christian families struggling with pornography, sexual brokenness, and addiction. In New England the Nathan Project offers a profoundly Christian solution. In the church they will help build, manage and sustain For Men Only (FMO) accountability groups for sexually addicted men. FMO is a safe place where sobriety, recovery and spiritual, emotional and physical health can take place.
Our Vision: The church is a safe and open environment promoting the recovery of broken men, women and their families caught in the web of sexual addiction. The Nathan Project will accomplish this vision through education of church leadership, small group training within the body and the availability to speak and preach on the subject of sexual addiction in the family unit. The ministry of the Nathan Project will build up not tear down the Church in New England so in His strength it will prevail against the hyper-sexual culture attacking our families.
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Changing one life at a time.
Since 2002 co-founders, husband and wife Rick and Vicki Kardos and the Nathan Project leadership team have engaged the ‘pornified’ culture in and out of the Church in a battle for the health of the family unit. They live in Goffstown NH. Rick and Zach Ellis the new Director of Communications and Development have an office in the North End of Manchester, NH. They attend Christ’s Church of Amherst in Amherst, NH holding past and current leadership roles in worship and men’s ministry.