Lyle Sinkey follows the Robertson family, of Duck Dynasty fame, everywhere as the Duck Commander's videographer. He will share stories of his adventures on Saturday, April 4 at a fund raising event for John 3:17 Ministries.
Related to, but not same as John 3:16, this non-profit organization, operating in Jackson County, is a faith-based Christian Recovery Center for women who have made a commitment to overcome addictions. John 3:17 provides healing for women with children. The mission of the organization is to provide positive lifestyle changes by developing spirituality and improving parenting skills while helping women to become productive members of society.
Jenyi Eaton, now a program graduate and a facilitator, claims the John 3:17 is life-changing. "I had absolutely reached rock bottom two year ago" said Eaton. "I tried to take my own life and I was just completely hopeless."
Eaton and current 3:17 participant, Rhonda Qualls, appeared on Mid-Day. The pair explained that John 3:17 is one of the few facilities in Arkansas that allows residents to bring their children. John 3:17 is located in a rural setting on property owned by the Remmel Church.