Just a few years ago, Replay began with one person going in one time a week to a single juvenile justice facility, hoping to make a difference in lives of a handful of troubled youth. Today we reach out four times a week in three different facilities, reaching over a thousand youth annually.

We now have also developed and launched a unique job training program to further our impact – giving youth a direction for their future. What began with four individuals praying and planning on our lanai has turned into an outreach with over 60 volunteers and a couple staff opening a Job Training Resource Center for Teens at 410 4th Ave E Bradenton, FL.

As we celebrate Christmas and launch into another year, we reflect on the lives that have been transformed. We celebrate those who have successfully graduated from high school, gone on to college or career. We celebrate those who didn’t have the love and support that many of us take for granted, who have now found that in those who mentor them.

One youth recently said, “I need to ask God for forgiveness and leave the streets. I want to live another day.” Please consider joining with us to build upon the movement of transformation that has begun.  We need mentors, trainers, and teachers.  

We need financial support as well!!  

Help us reach our goal – 100 donors this Christmas to give consistently (monthly or annually). It is going to be impossible to continue what we are doing without this ongoing support.  

We began as one, help us make it 100 fold.

Join in on the movement changing lives- please consider making a commitment to our support.

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