Offering HOPE-HELP to men and families struggling with addiction.
ROFM Men's Center of Hope
Meet John Pufko
My name is John Pufko. I am 25 years old and I was born and raised in Phoenixville, Pa. I was raised in a good home with caring family members and I was introduced to the life of Christianity at a early age. My parents divorced when I was about 11 years old which affected me dramatically. I began getting into trouble with the police and basically I became a problem child.
At age 16 I decided that I would be in control of my life instead of God and I began smoking marijuana, cigarettes, and consuming alcohol. By the age of 20 I went to jail for the first time and I realized that what I was doing was ruining my life. I ignored the facts and still continued drinking heavily which took me in and out of jail and rehabilitation programs. After my 5th probation violation, a burglary, and theft I found myself in jail for 14 months. It was there that God opened my eyes to all my disobedience and He softened my heart so that I would seek Him instead of continue in my sinful ways that were destroying my life.
I was blessed enough to be accepted into ROFM where I am being molded into the, "Man of God" that I was called to be. I am learning to be humble, patient, gentle, loving, and kind. These qualities are all new and never experienced in my past. I have set goals to go to college to further my education and spread the word of God everywhere I go. I have a new hobby of working out and keep myself healthy now.
Proverbs 16:9 tell me that, "we can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps." So now I am living my life one day at a time, allowing God to direct my sets so that I may succeed.
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Ryan & John working ROFM's famous Chicken BBQ held 1st Saturday of every month at Choice Windows of New Holland, Pa..
Holiday Fun, enjoying sobriety.
Meet Ryan OConnell
My name is Ryan OConnell and I have had a drug addiction for the past 20 years. My life was ruined from the use of drugs. I lost the trust of my family and friends. I also lost the trust of my children in the process. I always thought I was not hurting anyone but myself but in reality I was hurting everyone I came in contact with.
Since 2014, I have been in and out of jails and rehabs. While I was in a program called, "Home of Grace" I established a relationship with Jesus Christ. I know I needed something else to help me continue seeking the Lord and ROFM was just that. I have been given the tools to guide me in my walk with the Lord and help me in my life. God has been doing amazing things in my life since I surrendered to His calling. He has restored the relationships with my friends, family, and children. He has opened doors on my life that I never thought would open again.
I am so thankful for a place like ROFM Men's Center of HOPE and all that it has taught me. I have learned that if I follow His commands He will see me through to the end.
Philippians 1:6 states, "He that began a good work in you will carry it on to completion."
Since 2012, Revelations of Freedom Ministries (ROFM) has devoted themselves to helping men who struggle with life controlling issues (such as drugs or alcohol). To see more visit our information page. If you have a loved one or know of someone who is in need of our help please visit our resources page. We believe that ROFM provides an excellent opportunity for transformation to take place as the student learns and applies biblical principles that are taught by the staff and the community. We have woven God's incredible Love and grace into the fabric of our program to be a foundation in which we operate. As a result, students are able to reach their full potential as sons, fathers, husbands, employees, and as leaders.
Blessings of Hope Banquet, new attitude and all smiles.
Celebrating promotion from 1st to 2nd phase of the program.
Ryan with his two daughters, families being restored.
John getting it in at the YMCA.
"The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few" - Matthew 9:37
Addiction affects everyone in some way, whether it is a loved one or a friend. We need help supporting our ministry with volunteers and those who would like to give financially.
To evangelize men and their families and make them disciples of Jesus Christ and prepare them for service in their local church, community, and world.
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