U-Turn for Christ Kaua'i is a non-denominational ministry that treats adult men suffering from substance abuse, training them become healthy members of their families and community. Treatment takes place over two phases, with Phase 1 emphasizing compliance, responsibility (via daily chores) and life skills education, and Phase 2 addressing reintegration into society. The rustic, camp-like residence on the garden island of Kaua'i offers a serene, stripped-down environment in which clients can clear their mind and concentrate on their relationship with God, amidst the natural beauty that is one of his greatest gifts.
I was raised in a Christian home and lived with Christian parents throughout my entire childhood. I went to college and received my B.A. in Anthropoolgy from the University of New Mexico. I have been with the school as the lead campus supervisor since it started in 2005. I enjoy spending time with my son’s family, watching my grand-daughters play soccer, and playing golf on Saturdays.More
Pastor Gerry and Peggy have worked hard to establish a family atmosphere in the ministry of U-Turn for Christ and Calvary Chapel Romoland. They pray that you would consider sending your loved ones to them so that they may receive Jesus as Lord and Savior and allow the power of the Holy Spirit to set them free from the bondage of sin.More
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