My Sister's Lighthouse .org

Resources and Services for Survivors

About Us

Jacquelyn Limehouse ~  Recently graduated from Ashford University with a degree in Health and Human Services majoring in Psychology, now working on a Master's in Public Administration, she is the CEO and Founder of My Sister's Lighthouse.


Founded in 2009, under the umbrella of the Beulah Bible Cathedral's program (better known as Streams of Hope) with its primary objective of being able to aid abused victims, while providing needed education.

My Sister’s Lighthouse key goal is to provide educational workshops to the community about the awareness of Domestic Violence, a new image to battered victims (makeovers /clothing), resources and services for survivors, in Essex County and the other surrounding areas.


My Sister’s Lighthouse objective is designed for one to teach another, where pride becomes the key goal in addressing the issues of protecting one self and one another from falling prey to negative behavior. Our goal in breaking the silence of domestic violence and sexual abuse is positive thinking, building awareness through prevention, intervention and encouragement so that one can began to love oneself again, and obtain the knowledge to protect ones human rights..

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I AM STILL HERE

ONE MORE SISTER TO LEAVE TO THIS EARTH ON A BAD NOTE NEVER KNOWING HER WORTH, SLAPPING HITTING AND KNOCKING ME DOWN, HOW WAS I EVER GOING TO WHERE MY CROWN. DESERVING OF MERCY WASN'T YOURS TO GIVE, A PARTNER IN LOVE MY LIFE WAS MINE TO LIVE I MET A MAN I THOUGHT I KNEW, HE HAD SO MANY SECRETS HE WITH HELD THE TRUTH. HE MISLED ME WITH KINDNESS; HE KEPT ME IN THE DARK. HE ATTACKED MY MINE, MY BODY, MY SOUL AND MY HEART. JUST LIKE LIFE, LOVE IS USUALLY TESTED PRAYER IS THE TIME MUST BE INVESTED TO THE LORD I GO IN PRAYER TO SAY THANK YOU LORD CAUSE I’M STILL HERE            

         ~Jacqueline Limehouse