Juveniles in North Texas detention facilities have a great deal of time to reflect on their lives, their actions, their decisions and their future. In the grand scheme of things, their
Juveniles in North Texas detention facilities have a great deal of time to reflect on their lives, their actions, their decisions and their future.
In the grand scheme of things, their time in detention is a window of opportunity in which some juvenile offenders can be reached and shown a different path for their lives. Faithful Friend volunteers step through that window of opportunity and into the lives of incarcerated at-risk youth to share the teachings of Jesus Christ and the example he set for us to follow in our lives.
Self motivation and self control are skills many young people lack, but they are skills that can be learned and can be supported by prayer and a relationship with God. By learning how to pray and how to connect openly with God through the lessons Jesus teaches us, youthful offenders can develop the skills and abilities to keep themselves on the right path after they leave juvenile detention and begin the next chapters in their lives.
Click here to learn more about what we do for Incarcerated Youth.
(Sunday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Les Castro, Faithful Friendinfo@faithfulfriend.org
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