Last week I went to Taco Bell for dinner. As I was paying for my meal, Francisco came up to talk to me. He is one of our graduates from 2015. We were able to catch up a little, and he said he was doing fine. He is working at the Taco Bell and living in an apartment nearby.
We had a very encouraging conversation about life transformation and his decision to stay clean and sober. He wanted me to let everyone know that he is eternally grateful to each person who invested in him and those who made his time with us a possibility.
As staff, we don’t all get to be harvesters all the time. But we know that God uses many of us and our actions to be planters and cultivators, allowing people to come to Christ. I know that many people played a part in witnessing to and praying for Francisco. Praise God for life transformation.
Director of IT and Facilities
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