The Alexander House Apostolate

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

~1 Corinthians 13:13


The Vision

To see a society full of married couples who are living God’s plan for marriage, so that the joy, sanctity and permanence of the sacrament may be realized and preserved.

The Goal

To preserve the marriage covenant, build strong families and lower the divorce rate by helping individuals to discover the beauty and grandeur of the vocation to love and the service of life through marriage, family, church and community.

The Motto

To be a witness to God’s Glory one must be humble enough to share one’s story with others. By our example of repenting and turning to God, we reveal the redeeming power of God. We make what is perceived to be intangible, tangible!

The Name

As a result of coming to understand and live out God’s design for marriage Greg and Julie felt called to create a vehicle that would allow others to experience the same happiness and joy that they discovered in their marriage. They also believe that all we need to know about marriage should be taught in the home, hence the word house. Because it was from their own wounds that they (the Alexander’s) began to educate and help to heal others in their marriages; it was only logical that this apostolate should be called the Alexander House.

A Stewardship Organization

Stewardship is a means to an end: evangelization.

The Alexander House Apostolate is a “Stewardship” organization. People typically regard stewardship as a phrase to describe fundraising. However, stewardship is a way of life, where as fundraising is focused on raising money.
Stewardship is the job of supervising or taking care of something. The Alexander House has been called to be stewards of the truths that God, through, the Holy Spirit has given to it and it’s stewards.
As we read in the parable of the talents, we see that the talents did not belong to the servant. In fact, they were give to him by the master. In essence, they were given to be used and not to be wasted. Therefore, our “talents” are not our own and they, too, were given to be shared.


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