Chaplain of Aftercare
Since coming to America’s Keswick in 1995, I have been privileged and blessed by the Lord to serve in the Development Department. For 11 years during this time, my wife, De Etta, and I served together as Coordinators of the Families for Christ ministry.
God, in His amazing grace, has opened the door for me to make a major change in ministry opportunity. On April 22, 2012, I was appointed to serve as the Chaplain of Aftercare at the Colony of Mercy. I am trusting that as God, through the Holy Spirit, directs me in the daily tasks, I will walk worthy of the calling, and bring honor to Him.
In this position of Aftercare Chaplain my prayer is that I will bring hope and encouragement – first, to those men anticipating Graduation from the Colony of Mercy and preparing to transition into their Covenants with their Churches and secondly, to those graduates from the Colony of Mercy and Women of Character programs as they pursue completion of the Covenants.