We are grateful to report that YRGC residents are growing stronger spiritually, emotionally, and physically during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each day here begins with 2-3 hours of physical activity (running, weight lifting, etc.) followed by prayer/daily devotion, one-on-one Biblical counseling sessions, Bible study, work projects and tending to the grounds.
Instead of sending our residents home as many recovery organizations have done during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have committed to following state and federal government guidelines by staying quarantined to keep our YRGC family members safe and healthy. An even stronger bond has developed here among the staff and residents in the midst of this pandemic. Residents are opening up to staff in a more transparent, open way that promotes a deeper level of healing for these young men.
We are grateful to the owners of Brick & Spoon restaurant in Orange Beach who have generously donated available produce to feed our staff and residents. Frontline Ministries has also blessed us with food.
Please keep our residents in prayer as they continue on their journey to healing. Specifically, pray that the Lord would prepare the soil of their hearts to receive the freedom that is available through Christ.