Testimonies

Jason Gonzalez

I’m one to testify that God works in mysterious ways. 13yrs ago from 2017 was the first time I walked in The House Of Adonai and met Bob Beck from F and the BLVD. I was a mess. I had already been in atleast 4 programs prior, two being faith based, but when I came to Adonai something was different.

Before I had experienced addiction at age 19 I had given my life over to Christ at 17. I knew who He was and had a relationship with Him atleast to some degree. So going into my addiction i wasn’t that guy who said God why are you doing this to me but asking Him what the purpouse was knowing He loves me. Today I truely understand “The Potter And The Clay” and that if everything was perfect then what is there to learn. You see, God gives His toughest battles to His strongest soldiers. Faith, Trust and Obedience are key. For many years I was told that God was going to make a great leader out of me and I couldn’t think of a better place to lead than the house that saved my life. The House of Adonai.

Its been a challenge since Bob’s passing on October 15, 2016 but I’m honored to continue the legacy that he had started. I’m excited to see what God is going to do through me as a trusted servent. I’ll end with painting you a picture of something I keep in mind daily. The word says that many will make it to the gate but not many will make it through the gate. Bottom line is for me I am done rolling the dice with my soul knowing this life is but a blink of an eye but most importantly a test of Love and Trust. When i make it to that gate I don’t want to just make it in with smoke coming off my but saying “I made it, I made it”, and when I walk through that gate I don’t want to stand in the crowed. When I walk through that gate I want to say “Excuse me, Excuse me”, as I walk through the crowed towards the stage and when I get their I turn around looking at the crowed standing next to my Father and Him saying, well done my good and faithful servent. Amen

P.S. Please keep Gods house in prayer


A Word From The Front Desk:

The work that we do here at The House Of Adonai brings challenges every day, yet with every challenge brings a blessing. Since I have been in office with Jason the vision, hope and opportunity have become very real to me. Our number one challenge is raising awareness in Philadelphia and the national community as to just what we do here at The House Of Adonai. Our goal is to assist each clients return to a productive position in society by giving him a foundation in recovery. We need your continuing support through financial donations, prayers and talking about us to your friends, family and to anyone concerned with there place of worship. Our Director is willing and ready to come out and speak to your group / congregation at anytime. Just give us a call and we will make arrangements to accomodate you.

Thanks and God bless,
Lucia Dimascia