Hi! I am Steve, and I work for Restoration Destination as the “Tech Guy”. I am the one who gets you this newsletter, maintains all the computers & technology that allows us to fulfill our mission of service to our residents. Many of you have met me at banquets or other events. I’ve decided to […]
While incarcerated on an 8-year sentence, the best thing to happen to me was that I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior. What a wonderful feeling that is! While doing my time I would pray, asking that He would keep me safe and out of harm’s way. And, as he says, “Ask and […]
Continued from last month (click here to view). On the day my son was to be released, Paul and Ted met me at the prison, to pick up my son. What a joyous day! Not only was my son free, but he had a safe-loving place to live! But it didn’t stop there- they knew […]
A few months ago, my son was due to come out of prison after nearly 9 years, and as much as I yearned for him to come home, my home unfortunately was not within the probation guidelines. I was so scared and sad, knowing how our society is, and loving my son, and not wanting […]
While we’re doing many things differently now-a-days, some things never change. Preparing for our newest resident, Randy installs a new tile floor. We are always making improvements, trying to make this the best home it can be! Omar with his new work truck – he’s so happy to be working. Congratulations, Omar!
A few months prior to my release from prison, I was called to the Classification Office. There began the process of what I was going to do and where I was going to live once I was released. During the process I was interviewed by officials from Restoration Destination. I knew right then and there […]
After 15 years in prison, freedom had finally come – but with conditions attached. I was to be released on a form of probation, called Conditional Release, that I had transferred to Kentucky so I could live with my father. All was well until one of the conditions of my release caused a disagreement between […]
Upon coming home from prison I thought I was spared the frustration and irritation of not having a place to live since I was informed I could stay in my home of almost 20 years. I was at peace. After three days I was informed I could no longer stay at home and would have […]