In recent weeks it's been a privilege to share the stories of Benigno and Jhon with you.
As young boys, both lived in the drainage canals of Santa Cruz, where they quickly found drugs and alcohol gave them a desperately needed sense of belonging, escape, and comfort. As teenagers, both became enslaved by these substances - belonging became isolation, escape became captivity, and comfort became distress. As young adults, both have found true acceptance and freedom, quality professional help, and a relationship with the Father because you gave them the chance to join Novō.
Today, we're excited to be able to share the Padrino Project, a new initiative designed with one clear objective: to enable many more men - and, we hope before too long, women - to find true freedom from addiction and abundant new life in Christ.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to learn more about the Padrino Project - whether that's for yourself, or on behalf of a church, small group, or business.