During his time at PAYH, Lee learned there was much more to life than partying and having fun. Before he came to PAYH, he was behind in school and had no long-term plan. Now, just over a year later, he has finished high-school, received his welding certificate, and even a »
Grayson was raised in a Christian home, but was strong-willed and rebellious. He became involved in drugs and soon the hole he had dug was too deep to escape. One night, as he was out doing “God knows what,” Grayson’s mother sent him a text that read “God changed Paul’s »
Austin began experimenting with drugs at an early age. For awhile he thought he had it under control, but eventually found himself in the ER, where doctors told him he was lucky to be alive. At Paul Anderson Youth Home, Austin received a second chance and accomplished things he never »
Phillip’s family has been through many trials over the years. In order to cope with the pain of his circumstances, Phillip turned to drugs, and then to theft. This ultimately tore his family apart and resulted in his placement at PAYH. Having renewed and deepened his relationship with God, Phillip »
Andrew lived what he called a “life without love. While he had many people who loved him, he didn’t have love within himself. Eventually, he turned to drugs and alcohol. He lived in denial of his addiction, but eventually he found himself in legal trouble. After getting clean and getting back »
Hunter’s life is a story of change, hope, and redemption. Through the work God is doing at PAYH, God has radically transformed his life, and he will never be the same. Listen as he takes a few minutes to share his powerful testimony.
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