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Hope Multiplied

“God ... can you change me?” That simple prayer and following release from prison began Jerry’s journey as a messenger of HOPE. Jerry grew up in a squatter community. He became the leader of a gang. Violence and addiction were commonplace in his life, and eventually, he ended up in jail. On a spiritual retreat with his brother, God touched his life. From leading a gang in spreading drugs, he has become a community leader, has a church in his home, and is a respected person in his squatter area. Jerry is training to be a pastor. He is currently ministering to many addicts in the Philippines who want freedom from addiction as a result of the War on Drugs. Over 800 thousand have come forward to request rehabilitation, and the government has asked for the Church to step in. This is a huge open door! Your support this month will help us tell Jerry’s HOPE story—the first of many STORIES OF HOPE to supplement drug rehabilitation workshops arranged by Global Teen Challenge in the Philippines. Because of your faithful partnership, we can share the message that new life and freedom from addiction are possible through Jesus Christ. That’s HOPE MULTIPLIED.

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