We are excited that you have expressed interest in partnering with Newpoint Partnership, Inc. We look forward to working with you to determine if Newpoint is right for you and if you are right for Newpoint!
The Newpoint Partnership ministry is not a traditional transitional housing ministry. We seek born-again believers in Jesus Christ. We provide a high quality program to produce a high quality product: Christian men who are significantly matured in their Christian character and who, in addition to being productive citizens, are eager to help build God’s church. If you have a heart for serving Jesus, Newpoint House is the place for you.
Before applying, be sure you have read and agree with our Doctrinal Beliefs.
If you have been convicted of a sexual crime or of arson, do not apply; we cannot take men with these convictions. We will confirm your status.
An application to Newpoint Partnership can be submitted either through this website (click here) or via a written application. A written application may be obtained by printing a copy or by the applicant himself through the U.S. mail (see our Contact Us page, here). In your written request for an application, please include the following:
- Your full name
- Your Georgia Department of Corrections ID
- Your birth date
- Your release date (if established)
- Your email address
- Your current mailing address (U.S. mail)
- Your current prison
- A statement that you have not been convicted of a sexual offense.
- A statement that you have not been convicted of arson.
- A statement that you have read and agree with our doctrinal beliefs.
Our Selection Committee promptly reviews all applications. If your application indicates that you would be a good fit at Newpoint House, the Committee will reach out to you through written correspondence or, if possible and appropriate, either a phone call or an in-person interview at your location. It will also provide you with additional information concerning the Newpoint program during this process. The entire Selection Committee will then decide whether or not to extend an invitation to you. In any event, you will receive a letter informing you of the board’s decision.