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 admissions 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.
Hello ROFM, Wow! What an adventure the last few years have been. As I reflect upon my journey, I want to thank ROFM for its investment in my life. It’s hard to believe that over 7 years ago, I was so depressed that I couldn’t get out of bed, had gotten to over 300 pounds, and was very addicted. But, then God intervened, as I began attending an addictions group at my Church, seeking help. Through a series of events, the leader of that group extended an offer to me to go to ROFM. While I was in the program, I chose to truly surrender my life to Jesus, develop goals for my life, and begin the rigorous process of processing the pain and trauma that I had learned to medicate through addictive substances and behaviors. God used specific people to inspire me for change while I was in the program. After leaving ROFM, I moved to upstate New York, to attend Bible College. Last May, I graduated from Elim Bible Institute & College, and I am now working as a Youth & Worship Pastor at a Vineyard Church in Rochester, NY. Not only this, I have had the opportunity to minister in both Israel & China over the last few years. While in Israel, I got to see and experience the Holy land. I got to go to Jerusalem, the Mount of Beatitudes, Bethlehem, and I had the opportunity to take a boat ride on the sea of Galilee. This past fall 2019, I had the opportunity to serve as a missionary in China for nearly 5 months. This experience was life-changing in many ways. There is so much to say about this experience, but the most important thing is that the Chinese people are a very empty people group, that desperately needs an encounter with Jesus. Thankfully, I got to see some Chinese say yes to Christ. Aside from this, the Chinese are some of the most kind, generous, and considerate people you will ever meet. Not to mention, Chinese food is some of the best food you will ever eat, (except for bats…J), and the landscape of the country is beautiful. All of this would not have been possible without the investment of ROFM. Thank You to all who have prayed for me. The journey has not been easy, but it’s been totally worth it. God has proven to me that His strength is made perfect in my weakness. All He desires is a surrendered heart that is yielded to Him. Thank You & God bless,
My name is Ruben and I am 58 years old and I grew up on New York City. From an early age my parents tried to raise me with good morals. Because of my sinful nature and not having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ—I chose the wrong path. At age 33 I had an encounter with Jesus Christ; but from 1994 through 2009 I was still trying to live my own life. It wasn’t until my incarceration that I realized that there had to be a better way to live. In 2009, while incarcerated, I committed my life to Jesus. In 2019 I let my guard down and begin to compromise, it led to me suffering a very had fall and relapse. I thank God someone told me about ROFM. Since coming to Revelations’ of Freedom Ministries I have regained my relationship with Christ and continue in an even stronger walk with my Lord. In January 2020 I finished a successful period of restoration and now I serve as Communication Coordinator. If it hadn’t been for the mercy and grace of our lord I would still be lost in my sin. My life is now very productive; while at the same time extremely humbling. When everyone else gave up on me—Jesus died for me (Rom. 5:8) Today I try to follow Paul’s example and words: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me.” I give all praise, glory, and honor to Jesus Christ!
Hi my name is David Beachy and I was raised in a christian home in Ohio. I came from a large family of 6 brothers and 5 sisters. It was in 2014 that I married the love of my life Katelyn. Soon after we were married our family began to grow with the birth of our first son Ethan in 2015 and we were blessed again in 2016 with Caleb.
Throughout my life I had struggled with anxiety and panic attacks and over time they became an issue for me. It was in 2014 that a Dr. first prescribed Xanax for the problem. In the beginning the medication appeared to help however it wasn’t long before I developed a tolerance and before I knew it, I was addicted. As the addiction progressed I lost track of time and a few months soon turned into six years. My life that was once happy grew into one of despair and I felt nothing but a dark haze all around me. Without even realizing it I had separated myself from the things that mattered most to me, my family. My addiction took me down a very dark lonely road that I never imagined it would ever take me. It was robbing me of everything dear to me, my salvation, my family, and my very life! It was on September 8th of 2019 that my father-in-law and my brother arranged for me to go into a detox in Cleveland Ohio. I really thank God as this is when my life started to change for the good. It was just a few days later that I arrived at ROFM in Lancaster, Pa. where my new life, my new journey got under way. While in the program I developed a new relationship with the Christ and today I experience the joy of the Lord that has become my strength. Katelyn and I have grown stronger as a couple and I give God all honor and glory for sparing me and restoring the gift of salvation, my precious family, and giving my health back to me. With a full heart I thank God for my beloved wife who never gave up on me. Yes, I thank God for the nights and day’s that she spent on her knees praying for my recovery. I also want to thank everyone at ROFM for all the help and direction they have given me. I plan to graduate on June 27 th after completing the 10 month inpatient program. My family and I now are making plans to go back home to Ohio after graduation to continue our new journey together. May God bless everyone involved in making my recovery successful!
Thank you and God Bless you….
David, Katelyn, Ethan, and Calab Beachy
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Rev. Lawrence Weed BA, MA
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