Stephen Gadomski knows firsthand the power of God to transform lives. In 1989 he made a life changing commitment to Christ that turned him from drug and alcohol abuse and led him into a ministry that daily brings hope to those in the bondage of addiction. Steve soon felt God calling him to start a Teen Challenge program in New Hampshire, so he began to reach out to men in prison and on the streets and helped them find a bed at Teen Challenge to receive the help they so desperately needed.
Steve opened a Teen Challenge Crisis Referral Center in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1998 and in 2000 joined that center with Teen Challenge New England & New Jersey. Steve attended Global University and is licensed (1993) and ordained (2003) by the Assemblies of God. Now in a purchased building in Manchester, he continues to serve as Executive Director of Teen Challenge New Hampshire and Maine campuses.
Steve and his wife, Noreen, have had the privilege of serving together in Teen Challenge since 1998. They have four adult children and are the proud grandparents of two grandchildren.
To contact Steve Gadomski: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith is from the Boston area and grew up in Wareham Massachusetts. For 14 years, Keith was addicted to alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs. At his lowest point Keith was homeless and sleeping in a cemetery at night. Keith walked into the doors of Teen Challenge July 21st 2005.
Keith has been with Teen Challenge for 12 years. He has served in Maine for five years. Keith is attending Global University and will be taking his ordination test this year. Keith has passed his Assembly of God licensing test and is currently working towards his Drug Counseling certification.
Keith is fully committed to the purpose of reaching the lost and addicted for Christ in Maine.
To contact Keith O’Brien: email@example.com