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These are testimonies from some of our beloved
brothers and sisters who went thru our program in 2013, they where
also feature separately in one of our monthly newsletters during the year.

Karen from drugs and sexual
abuse to working with rape victims. 
I can remember reaching a point of deep desperation after experiencing some extreme sexual violence. In my desperation I cried out to Jesus for help.  His power and His presence delivered me from all drug addiction and hopelessness.   I am being trained as an advocate for rape victims.  I am truly thankful God has allowed me to reach out to hurting women as well as those involved in street prostitution.   Karen  
Jeremiah, saved from the
streets of Sid row.
While being mentored by HFHY I have learned to over come my anger towards my father and forgive  him for never being there for me.  Most important of all, I have come to fall in love with Jesus.  He became the father I never knew and that I always wanted to be there for me.  I’m excited about my plumbing gradation and pursue this career as a plumber.  I’m making Jesus the focal point of my life and also so grateful to HFHY  for helping me to get my life together.   Jeremiah

Brotha Zoe, X-Pimp and
drug pusher.
I grew up without a father in Oakland California and I learned how to become a Pimp. In 1998 my destructive violent attitude landed me in Pinal county jail for manslaughter. In 2004 God began stripping me of all my worldly possessions and ultimately I came to my senses and accepted Christ back into my life.  I'm now free and totally sold out to Jesus Christ!  Working under Pastor Clayton has been a tremendous blessing. I’m learning the meaning of true servant leadership and how really humble myself so God can be glorified in the everyday challenges that come with ministry.   Brotha Zoe 
Brian, lost in his own anger
and violence. 
I turned to drugs to escape the pain of a broken home and my anger landed me in jail, but now God has saved me from a life of drugs, alcohol and crime.  I’m totally living for Jesus and eager to be changing my life and be a good citizen.  I now work in construction and have controlled my violent anger. 
Brian Mustburger
Ben Tea, no more life of
gang banging and drugs.
 I grew up in the gangs, they became the family I always wanted. At 15, I got my first gun for protection. I found comfort from my emotional pain with drugs, alcohol, marihuana and crack cocaine. In 2005, I reached my rock bottom and realized I desperately needed some help. Since I have been with HFHY God has done some wonderful things in my life.  Your brother in Christ, Ben Tea
Aaron, drug addict and smuggler.
God set me free from tremendous amount of demonic oppression.  I gave my life to Jesus Christ, and entered the Hope For Homeless Youth Discipleship program.  I went thru much discipleship and healing during my time at the Program.  Jesus took a lot of pride out of my heart, and used the discipleship to change me.    Aaron Milkin