CLINTON NAQUIN

CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR

At 28, I was homeless and didn't know where my next meal would come from. Contemplating suicide, I was ready to give up and had no hope.I went to First United Methodist Church in Gatlinburg to get a meal and I heard Adam and Vanessa Smith give their testimony and speak about the work at Life Changers Outreach. I joined Life Changers in January of 2014 and about 4 months into the program, the Lord really got a hold of me. Through the teaching and the training, I know who I am in Christ and I no longer have a desire for drugs in my life. God has given me hope, a purpose and a future. Today I am blessed with a home, beautiful wife, and three children. I am now one of the chief administrators of the thirteen facilities of Life Changers. I give all the glory to God for working in my life through the love and training of this ministry.