Out of the ruin of an abusive relationship, Faith found herself wheelchair bound with three children. She found her greatest disability was her unforgiveness, and now that God has blessed her she looks forward to a life with her family.
Out of the downward spiral to living in a tent with her children, Desiree shares her experience of coming to know the grace, love and mercy of Jesus, and the limitless possibilities that follow.
A short video about the kitchen of the East County Transitional Living Center, which not only feeds the more than 300 residents of the 5 programs at ECTLC, but provides a spiritual education founded in Biblical principals.
A horrible situation left Darnelle broken and bitter. When her daughter, a graduate of ECTLC's women's discipleship training program, suggested she take advantage of the opportunity to grow closer to God and learn His will for her life, major changes in her heart, mind and life made her appreciative of the life Christ had for her.
Steve Preston tells of the circumstances leading to his entering the East County Transitional Living Center's men's discipleship program, and how God has changed his life through it.
2017 GED graduation. Adriana says, “In the past 5 months I have been reunited with my children, recovered my driver’s license, social security card , and green card, earned my High School Equivalency Certificate, obtained gainful employment, even gotten my first promotion, and for the first time in my life I now know that what the Bible says is true, I am who it says I am, I can do what it says I can do, and I can have what is says I can have: A new life in Christ!
Many of the families we serve have lived in their cars, or worse. So when they get a roof over a bed they are very grateful. Jerry Navarra heard of the need for new mattresses, and he brought 60 of them, new and vitally needed, for the families in our program...
Each year a partnership between the Foothills Adult School, the East County Posse and the East County Transitional Living Center helps people who have not completed High School to do so. Greg Brown, the Chairman of the Board of the East County Posse, addresses the latest graduates.