Elwood Martin

Director Work Therapy

Phase 1 (1075 Main St., Blue Ball, PA)

In the 1st phase men go to class, have individual and group counseling, work therapy, and many other opportunities that will assist them in developing a relationship with Jesus Christ.

mission

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.

Elwood is the Director of work therapy but also serves as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of ROFM.  Elwood had previously worked for the The Shady Maple Companies for 45 years, he still works with the Shady Maple R/V organization and Weaver Reality properties off main campus. Elwood has a heart for men struggling with addiction.  He goes the extra mile, spending quality time with ROFM men in an effort to make a difference in their lives.  He lives in New Holland with his wife Nancy.  Nancy and Elwood have 3 children, 2 of which are married and one still single.  He has 4 grandchildren.  He is an active member of his Church, Village Chapel. Elwood is a great man of God who leads by example in all areas of his life.  We are so honored to have him serve with us.  

    Revelations of Freedom Ministries was founded by Christian businessmen from Lancaster and York Counties who are visionaries.  ROFM is a 501c3 faith-based agency.  In 2012 ROFM opened its doors to its first students.  As the ministry began to grow, the Board of Directors decided that we needed a second home where students could go to transition from an inpatient facility to the community.  In 2013 ROFM opened the 2nd phase to help the men transition back to the community and become successful followers of Jesus Christ.

    Today we encourage our students to remain in our transitional housing as long as is needed.  

     
     

Revelations of Freedom Ministries (ROFM) is a 12 to 18 month residential discipleship training center for men battling various life-controlling problems (such as drugs and alcohol).  The program consists of Phase 1 and Phase 2.  Each phase can be from 4 to 9 months long, depending on the student's personal development.



 

Our ROFM 'Men's center of hope' leadership team

Larry with ROFM staff and students on a Sunday Ministry.

personalized help

Revelations of Freedom Ministries believes that each individual needs individualized attention because we are all different.  Therefore, emphasis is put on working with a person where they are at.

About ROFM

Larry Daughenbaugh

Executive Director



Foundation History

Elwood leading by Example.

ROFM, Making a Difference...One Life at a Time.

Discipleship training

Revelations of Freedom Ministries has and continues to work with men who have life- controlling problems find freedom through Jesus Christ.

Offering HOPE-HELP to men and families struggling with addiction.

ROFM Men's Center of Hope

Larry has come to this position with a seasoned background in addiction. Larry struggled with addiction for 3 decades, but he has been free of addictions for many years now.  He credits faith-based programs, like ROFM, with his recovery. "I went through a number of secular treatment programs but it was the Christ Factor that made the difference for me," said Larry in a recent interview with Ann Mead Ash. Larry ran a Crisis Referral Center and Thrift store in North Carolina and worked for Teen Challenge of Wisconsin before taking the leap of faith that lead him to ROFM. 

It is through personal experience that Larry has witnessed the truth and reality that, Jesus Christ still sets the captives free...is still breaking the chains of addiction, restoring lives, and...makes all things new!

Mykel Cole

House Director

Phase 2 (1059 Main St., Blue Ball, PA)

After the 1st phase, the men transfer to the 2nd phase where they begin to practice the skills they are taught.  The men get jobs, find accountability, become connected in the church, and continue to grow in maturity.  They can remain in our transitional housing as long as needed to gain strength, structure, and stability in their sobriety.