Everything we do is Christ-centered because we believe He is the Way, the Truth and the Life.
Big Fish Ministries is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that seeks to meet the needs of the homeless and addicted in south Baldwin County. We do this by providing long-term residential, Christ-centered recovery and outpatient recovery services. Funding for our programs is provided through the generous support of individuals, churches, businesses and our two Foley thrift store locations.
We offer both men’s and women’s long-term recovery programs. Our goal for each individual that comes into our ministry is for them to successfully return to society as productive, responsible citizens with hope and a vision to fulfill God’s will for their lives.
Nights of Shelter Provided
Meals Fed to Those in Need
Meet our dedicated staff who have committed their lives to the work of this ministry.
Tasha spent twenty years of her early life struggling with opiates and methamphetamines. She was delivered from addiction in 2016 after being court-ordered to attend The Lovelady Center, a year-long, Christ-centered recovery program in Birmingham, Alabama. At The Lovelady Center, Tasha encountered the love of Jesus and found freedom from the chains of addiction. She soon began working in the Intake Department at The Lovelady Center where she discovered her calling to guide people out of the darkness to find freedom through Christ.
She lives in Foley with her husband David and their three children, Adrian, Nikolai, and Jessie.
After spending the first 20 years of his life struggling with drug addiction, alcoholism, and depression, the Lord delivered David from addiction and the bondage of depression as a program resident. He is now a a Certified Recovery Support Specialist and is grateful for the opportunity help the lost and broken on their journey to freedom.
David lives in Foley with his wife Tasha and her three children.