Entries by Forgiven Ministry

We Will Never Forget Jeff Rudd

We invite you to celebrate the life of a dear friend, author and volunteer of Forgiven Ministry. Jeff Rudd went to his heavenly home on Monday, September 12th, 2016. Many of you know him as the author and a teacher of the “Godly Dads” program that is conducted on Fridays before each “One Day with […]

God Brought Home to Me

At a recent camp we had one of the most touching words from a father to express his gratitude. This father thanked us for the program and said it had really brought his 6-year-old son and him closer together. Then he said, “You know, I have prayed for a long time to be released from […]

Other Plans

The Holy Spirit revealed himself to me when Andrew advised me that we had a little girl who didn’t want to be with her daddy. She stayed in the prayer room and wouldn’t budge. I asked the men in white who were serving the camp as stewards to fervently pray for this situation. They began […]

Last Day

La’Terra was the first child to arrive at the Louisiana One Day with God camp. She was dressed from head to toe in the camp colors. She anxiously waited for registration to begin. Volunteers could not help but notice her excitement mounting. No one could have known what a special day this would be for […]

Sons Meet Father

What an awesome blessing to unite two sons with their father at a One Day with God camp! It was both an exciting and anxious day for both the boys and their father. The boys had not seen their father in over 16 years. What a difference that day made! Father and sons were reconciled […]

Just Like Dad

What a joy it has been to know Austin and his father. In 2005, Forgiven Ministry received a letter from this young boy. The following are portions of his heart on paper: “Thank you so much for the July 16th One Day with God and my daddy. He went to jail when I was 2. […]

DJ’s Story

These two four-year-old twin boys had not seen their father, DJ, since they were eleven months old. They have grown up in an environment where punishment meant having to fight with older siblings – and fight to win. When they came to camp, their aggressive tendencies were noticed. A dedicated volunteer sat with these two, […]