This week, I am reminded that we have so much to be thankful for. Thanks to you, our readers, for being a big part of this. What are you offering gratitude for this Thanksgiving? Here are a few of WGA’s highlights:
- Attendance in our groups holds steady, with between 30-40 men and women participating each month.
- We hosted three well-attended events this year… a fundraising dinner, an Escape Room and a Story Slam. Thanks to everyone who made those a success!
- Since we launched our new website in 2017, there have been over 33,000 visitors there. This is a good number, and we are pleased that so many people have found their way to our blog and website. Speaking of blogs (which you are currently reading), there are 163 posts and counting.
- WGA’s speaking schedule has been full this year! We’ve partnered with quite a few other local ministries, sharing at Joy House, Providence Network, and the Denver Rescue Mission to name a few.
Coming up in two weeks, WGA is participating in Colorado Gives Day. Gifts made to WGA on December 4th via the Community First Foundation are eligible to receive a portion of a generous $1,000,000 incentive fund. For your convenience, you can schedule a donation today to be made on December 4th. Click here to learn more. You can also give to WGA any time through our Donate Now page.
Thank you so much for being a part of the ministry of Where Grace Abounds.
In the spring of 1995, the conflict Roger felt between his faith and his sexuality, as well as an addiction to pornography, led him to WGA. His personal journey has provided him unique insights into sexuality and the pain of adversity, which he shares through his testimony, facilitation of small groups, writing and public speaking.
Roger began working with WGA in October of 1996 as the Assistant office Manager. Since that time, he has worn many hats and served in several different positions, including Assistant Program Director and Operations Director. In April of 2007, Roger assumed the position of Executive Director.
Roger attended West Texas A&M University, where he studied Music Business. Much of his training has been “on the job,” where he was mentored by the ministry’s Founder, Mary Heathman, and the Program Director, Scott Kingry. He holds a BA from West Texas A&M University.
Roger, his wife Jill, and their daughter Julia and son William, attend Celebration Community Church where Jill serves as Associate Pastor.
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