July 28, 2014 Press Releases
Faith Farm Dedicates New Bridge to Students Past and Future
Pictured left to right are: Pastor John Glenn, Board Member; Troy Hardy, Boynton Campus Director; Faith Bolton, Board Member; Brandon Tucker, Board Member; Pastor Mike Brown, Board Chairman; Dean O. Webb, Executive Director; Dr. Mary Drabik, Board Member; Pastor Joe Guadagnino, Board Member.
The Boynton Campus of Faith Farm Ministries dedicated their new bridge today … The old bridge, which was condemned above a year ago had to be replaced. Trusting God for the resources to pay a $1.14 Million bill, they proceeded in faith with construction and cut the ribbon today, “Dedicating To The Thousands Who Cross This Bridge To A Transformed Life.” Board Chair, Mike Brown, was 12 years old when he attended the dedication of the first bridge 50 years ago in 1954.
Faith Farm Ministries is a free, minimum 9 month, faith-based, addiction recovery program with residential services for more than 445 men and women who have lost control of their lives due to alcohol and/or illegal and pharmaceutical drug addictions.Recently, college accreditation through a partnership with South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary allows our students an opportunity to acquire up to 9 college credits. In addition, we prepare the student for a competitive job market through Comprehensive Work Training that teaches resume worthy vocational skills, work ethics, teamwork and conflict resolution. They are assisted with resumes, job searches, trade school scholarships, applications and interviewing skills. Although we are geographically located in south Florida, students have come to Faith Farm from all over the country and beyond. Since 2008, we have had students from 41 of the 50 United States.
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