Ciscos story

“Growing up, my parents were heavy into God but I saw it as an excuse to escape the reality of our troubled home.”
“I started out young with gangs and drugs,” he shared with us. By 18 Cisco had committed an immeasurable amount of crimes and barely passed high school. His parents tried to pull him into church activity but he wanted to do what he wanted to do instead.

By 21 he was fully involved in Prison Gangs and did work for them on the inside and out. All his 20’s were spent in and out of jails and on Meth, the up & coming drug. At 27 he finally landed himself in prison & honestly, wholeheartedly reached out to God & fully separated his life from his old one.

Shortly after he was paroled to the Dream Center in Phoenix and was able to start anew again. That’s where he met his bride and mother of their kids. They have since moved to Louisiana & been able to put roots down at a great life giving church.

For 3 years Cisco is living his life in ‪#‎freedom‬. Cisco and his family have experienced ‪#‎restoration‬. Cisco is living out his ‪#‎purpose‬.

The lost and addicted are worth fighting for and investing in. We will keep fighting to hear more stories like this! ‪#‎rpm828‬