A Place for All Hurting People
We teach about the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. You must be born again. Then you must be taught how to be a disciple, for St. John 3:16 says: For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believe in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
Being involved in the ministry of reconciliation for 22 years has been an awesome experience. Just being able to bring joy and excitement to someone else life makes my day. Without Jesus I couldn’t have made it…
Elder John L. Brown, CEO and Founder
We value the life of every living soul on the face of this earth. We help transform lives by developing an open and honest relationship with the communities. We’re committed in problem solving, strategies by recognizing flaws of an ongoing entity that may be hindering the progress of a family or individual from pursing growth. In unity we celebrate the positive influences that have accrued during the developmental stages throughout the change for changes. The ultimate goal is to exchange stumbling blocks for stepping stones.
Hello everyone! My name is John L. Brown, I am the founder and CEO of this great outreach ministry called A Place For All Hurting People. I like to look at myself as being transparent. Being called into the ministry on April 14, 1994, it brought about a quickening in my spirit to want to fall deep in love with God. So I pursued the task in doing so and I have been truly blessed and happy every since. For several years, I worked in the prison ministry as a volunteer. I preach, I performed Bible studies with inmates and it brought me so much joy. However, one of the most exciting things I enjoyed was watching the spiritual growth of inmates and being a part of a cross-cultured ministry and collaborating the experiences that was shared throughout the journey.
Our mission, as a non profit organization, is to help bring love, hope, and self-efficacy back into the society for all hurting people.
Is to assist the struggling ones by helping them to learn about their physical, mental, psychological and social behaviors. Our goals are to provide gas vouchers to women who have children in daycare, meals and food for the homeless and to those who are in need, and the biblical teaching perspectives on self-efficacy.
We foresee a more unified society by bringing hope to the forefront, which will demolish self-defeat and eliminate self-destruction from the mind.
Reaching out to people in need gives me the deepest fulfillment that my heart has longed for. To share with them the good news that there is hope for the hopeless and they can be victorious makes me feel that I am about my Father’s business…
Sister Linda F. Brown, CFO and Administrator