The Fathers heart
Jon is a dear friend and we plow in the same space of reentry. He's the Executive Director of New Name Ministries and has transitional, or transformational, homes in Fort Worth and Psalm 40 Ranch in Boyd, TX.
In these home and on the ranch, live are changed, recidivism is reduced to almost zero.
Pastor Jon is a graduate of Victory Bible Training School and former Graduate Peer Consultant for Supervised Community Treatment of Portland, Maine. His former volunteer activities have included being a volunteer chaplain at the Maine Correctional Center through Gideon's and long term involvement with the Sexual Violence Collaborative of Southern Maine.
Welcome to what I hope, and pray, will be blessing to you and the lives you touch. So many of us have
been on the Christian or Spiritual journey walking with a limp. Somewhere, somehow, we found
ourselves wondering, doubting, perhaps even believing that the creator of Heaven and earth isn’t
interested in a personal, loving and meaningful relationship. He’s gotta be way too busy, right?
Indifferent? Angry that humanity keeps screwing up everything and making him look bad. After all, he
did create each and every one of us.
When we get better at life, we help others get better, too.
If you’ve never struggled with rejection or self - worth issues you’ll probably be better sharing this site
with those who have. Though, I haven’t met anyone yet who hasn’t struggled with their identity due to
some perversion of their soul. Typically, there are key life events that skew our perspectives which in
turn pervert the way we were meant to see and experience God, ourselves, others and the rest of life.
Many find themselves perplexed and vexed over their inner turmoil; often turning to God in anger and
disbelief, living frustrated and frazzled.
“NEVER TRUST A MAN WHO DOESN’T WALK WITH A LIMP” - Pastor Orlando Reyes
So, this is a safe place to find yourself as we visit about the Father’s heart for you. Only fair that you
know what kind of smoke I blow; here’s a bit of information about my life and why I walk with a limp…