Dear Family Member:
Graduate Robert Hassler and Abby Tun were also married on July 2, 2016 at our home church, Campus Hill, in Loma Linda. The pictures show the joy and sacredness of two lives being joined together in Christ.
Robert and Abby along with Tracy and Aisha are part of God’s team being put in place to carry on the work of DAP. These men graduated from the program and are now employed as leaders to help the clients experience the love of God and His healing and to keep the ministry moving forward. Please pray for them.
My Brother’s Keeper Scholarship Fund Update
Last month, Ryan Taylor, a new client from St. Louis, MO, arrived here with only a few belongings and no money. After being fired from his job, he used the money from his last paycheck to purchase a bus ticket to Grand Terrace. He could not stop crying tears of joy for DAP giving him another opportunity to reconnect with Christ and to overcome his alcohol addiction. Because of your help, we were able to provide Ryan a lovely home, food, clothes, spiritual support and other necessities to start his journey back to recovery.
Last month we received $1,100 for “My Brother’s Keeper Scholarship Fund.” Thank you for keeping your word to help meet the needs of most of these men who come without funds. Your investment in them will help change their lives to become the men God has called them to be – role models for His Kingdom. We look forward to your donation and/or monthly support to keep money available in this new scholarship fund. Thank you so much!
The Black Ministries Department of the Southeastern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventist presented Drug Alternative Program a “Community Service Award” at the Camp Meeting 11:00 O’Clock Worship Service on July 9, 2016.
We appreciate our Conference recognizing and appreciating our many years of leadership and faithful service to men addicted to drugs who need a new beginning in life. Thank you, Dr. George King and staff, for your kindness to DAP.
Family member, you are making a difference in the lives of individual clients and your gift helps to provide their needs. Thank you again for your generous support. It means the world to us!
So grateful to you,
The Drug Alternative Program is a tax-exempt non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, so your donation is deductible from your US income taxes to the extent allowed by law. Please consult your tax professional to ensure proper filing procedure.