Beware of this "ministry" and it's juvenile justice ministry.I was saddened to come across this ministry and find its websiteWhere poster boy Justin Langleys story is told. I've posted YFC article below in quotations.A few things I would like to say about this article is I have known the Langley family for quite a few years and went to school with all three of there boys. The parents have been amazing to me and in my opinion were amazing parents to there three boys.I was sad to hear these blatant lies against such a wonderful family and wish that YFC would have done some fact checking.It's said in this article that Justin Langley spent 14 times in Juvinelle hall, which is very true, all though they try to say he went there because of an abusive home. Rather then the truth being that Justin regularly used drugs was in utter rebellion from his parents, he was very violent, hestole and wrecked vehicles long before he had a drivers license and only became worse after being connected with youth for Christ and Chaplin Jack. Justin has lived with chaplain jack and his family after being persuaded by jack to run away from home and live with him. But they have parted ways twice now and Justin has bounced between three other foster family homes each where he was either kicked out or ran away all for doing things similar or worse then what he did when he lived with his parents.Beware of youth for Christ and chaplain jack they try to separate and destroy families."Justin Langley's Story My name is Justin Langley and I was in Juvenile Hall fourteen times in three years! I now have a different direction and give much thanks to Youth for Christ and The Juvenile Justice Ministry. Even though I spent all those times in JUVY, it wasn’t for drugs, violence, gang, or theft, but for an abusive home life which caused me to run away from home. When conditions at home got so out of hand I took my parents car to escape the abuse. During my many stays in the Hall the Probation Officers and Courts didn’t believe my side of the story. This was very discouraging and I thought, “No one will ever believe me! ”During this time I met Chaplain Jack. When no one else believed in me, he did! Through his Bible presentations, letters and study guides I started seeking a relationship with God. He told me that only God could open the eyes of the blind. Chaplain Jack’s weekly visits and court appearances helped me to grow in faith and trust what he was saying. He assured me that the Lord had a plan for my life; that God was building my character, and God would see me through these trials and storms. He said if I would believe in Him, my prayers would be answered for He knows who is lying, and He would make my path straight. It wasn’t until my last court date, three years later, May 2011, the truth set me free! I exited Juvenile Hall for the last time. Thanks be to God, my prayers were answered. The court placed me in a Foster Home. There are still trials, storms, and unsure days, but I trust Him. I have a 3.28 grade point average in school, I have a part time job with a local company and I am looking forward to college. I want to take this opportunity to thank Youth for Christ’s Juvenile Justice Ministry, my mentor, Chaplain Jack, his wife and family for directing me on a new path in life. "