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“Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind, for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.”

Psalm 107:8-9 NIV


HOST:  Lauren Rosen  214-202-0577
When:Thurs, May 11 
Time:  3:00pm to 4:30pm
Where:Women's House
1421 N. Peak St. 
Dallas, TX 75204

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Psalms 107:1&2
Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.
Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story  - those he redeemed from the hand of the foe.
Elizabeth Ann Werbelow

 Born and raised in Sonora California to a  Christian family, the youngest of four children.  I attended Chirstian school and was active in my church choir, and a bell ringer, plus, I  assisted in the children's Sunday School classes. Armed with a firm foundation in Jesus and family, I married at 23 and had two wonderful boys, Joseph and Hunter. As life does, it had it's troubles and difficult times, death, divorce and illness. Perfectionism and self reliance plagued me and I turned to alcohol to avoid pain and fear, but alcohol offered me no relief.  It was only by God's grace and my mother's wisdom that I found a loving sanctuary at RO. It was here, one year ago, that I renewed my Hope and Faith in Jesus.  I am so grateful to  our Director Michelle, all my dear Teachers, and the residents at Oasis who supported me throughout this year. I'm especially thankful to my mother, Faith for believing in me, and the redeeming Power of Jesus Christ for my deliverance. I am humbled to be an RO Alumni and to be part of the dynamic Team at Reconciliation Outreach. Thank you!

“My sacrifice, O God, is a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart you, God, will not despise.”

Psalm 51:17 NIV

Jimmy Taylor

Is Graduating from RO's Alpha Men's one year program.
Jimmy was born in Dallas, Texas, May 10th, 1980 in a family of girls. He started using drugs recreationally at the age of 14.  At 15 his parents divorced after a 25 year marriage scattering him and his siblings into different households.  Jimmy started using heroin and found temporary relief from the pain of the family separation. In the process of covering up the pain with drugs he grew bitter toward his family, feeling they had abandoned him. Starting in his early 20’s Jimmy had spent time in and out of prison. But prison didn’t change Jimmy’s          internal pain, he ended up in the hopital having over dosed several times. 
One day at his grandmother’s house, Jimmy was literally at his end without hope- He cried out to God, “please take this from me, I can’t do this anymore … Just don’t  let me go to prison” within a week Jimmy was arrested again and was sentenced to 4 years in prison. While in  prison Jimmy’s sister told him about RO and encouraged him to reach out and get into this faith-based ministry. Jimmy was hit with the realization that he wasn’t going anywhere with his life and prayed that if God would open the door for him to go to RO he would walk it out. He was finally released and paroled to RO. He remembered his prayer to God and Jimmy had his mind set he was going to committ to RO.
Jimmy has learned that life works better through Christ-centered relationships. He grew as a leader in Phase 1, learning to confront issues and hold others accountable. Jimmy worked as a receptionist at the RO office answering phones and was an example to the Phase 1 guys. Most of all Jimmy is realizing the power of prayer. He saw God answer him in letting him out of prison. He is seeing God’s answer in helping him find a job in Phase 2. He is currently working full time at a company with his sister. He is learning to trust God and let Him work on his behalf. Since Jimmy has been at RO there has been reconciliation with his sisters and mother and has become an example to his niece and nephews. Jimmy realized that God and his family had never abandoned him. He soon let go of the resentment and thanked God that He had open arms for him. Jimmy gives all the credit to God.
Jimmy has plans to pursue his father and spend more time with him upon graduation. Jimmy would like to stay around RO in the Refuge until he is further established and ready to move on. He likes Hope Fellowship and wants to contine with his fellowship there.

“Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.”

Matthew 10:39 NIV

Reconciliation Outreach
1421 N. Peak St. Dallas TX 75204
(214) 545-6500 
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