From drugs and stealing to finding God, Kassten has found a new life in Christ. The Paul Anderson Youth Home helped him to discover hope and purpose in his life. Hear his testimony in his own words below:
After 19 months, Jackson finished the PAYH program. He began as an atheist, but in November of 2018 he had a personal encounter with Christ, who saved his soul and made Jackson a child of God. Hear his testimony in his own words below:
Our prayer for every young man that comes into our home is that he will come to know Christ before he leaves. Will is proof that God is faithful and that He always keeps His promises. He may have begun his time with us as a staunch atheist, but »
Ridley didn’t want to listen to authority, whether it came from his parents, his teachers, law enforcement, or judges. Eventually, he found himself in a predicament that only God could help him through…
When his mother passed away when he was in 7th grade, Travis became angry with God. He drifted away from his faith, began to act out, and found himself in trouble in short order. At PAYH, he found the help he needed and got his life on track.
When Stearne was 15, he was mainly interested in living for himself. He partied hard, lived the “good life,” and made some choices that ultimately led him to be sent to the Paul Anderson Youth Home. Fortunately for Stearne, God had new plans for him on the PAYH campus. »
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