David wilkinson teen challenge
Teen Challenge is a non-profit, c 3 organization. Sign-up now for Updates and News. The name of Jesus Christ has been proclaimed for over 50 years through the Teen Challenge ministry. We were too ignorant to even have the kind of fears we should of had working with them gang members and drug addicts. He was the founder of Teen Challenge and I partnered with him on that. His initial mission was just to go to New York and talk to the five young men who were on trial. He is retired and lived in Texas.
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There is over Teen Challenge residential programs in the United States. Christmas Newsletter Wayne Gray, director of Teen Challenge in Oklahoma, said Wilkerson had not been involved in the operation of Teen Challenge for years, since the ministry was turned over to the Assemblies of God denomination. When we opened our first building it was to house our workers to go out to the streets. Teen Challenge leaders recognize that preventing addiction and other life-controlling problems is a process, and Christ alone holds the key to prevention and cure.
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In many areas of the globe, the program is for more than just teens, focusing on adults 19 and up, families, or single parents. Wilkerson, 79, was killed in an April 27 car accident in Texas. Teen Challenge came west to San Francisco in , and was legally incorporated into Northern California in Notify me of new comments via email. So overnight, what could have taken months or years, he gained credibility with the gang overnight. We also have a missional recovery home for Teen Challenge graduates and Teen Challenge staff.
Teen Challenge came west to San Francisco in , and was legally incorporated into Northern California in News media were everywhere, and Wilkerson was front-page news throughout the city. He felt a compelling burden to go to New York City and help those boys. As an epidemic of drug addiction began to reduce the gangs in New York, the fledgling Teen Challenge and Wilkerson adapted to this new reality to help those bound by drug addiction. Gang members and prostitutes heard the gospel message and experienced the transforming power of Jesus Christ. He attempted to speak with the judge during the trial, but was thrown out of the courtroom. CP: Did both of you initially go to New York to work with gang members, addicts, or both?