Were it not for God’s provision in sending Billy to Paul Anderson Youth Home in 1989, he might still be incarcerated today. Facing a 20 year minimum sentence, Billy was given a second chance through the PAYH program. Through Billy, God then raised up a leader, businessman, husband, and father who would go on to impact numerous lives. Now, he owns and operates a Chick-fil-A restaurant, serves on the PAYH board, and is a fervent prayer warrior and financial supporter of the the PAYH ministry. He is a “Gatekeeper,” helping to safeguard the futures of young men who have yet to come to Paul Anderson Youth Home. Through your own monthly commitment to pray for and financially support PAYH, you too can be a part of making a priceless and eternal difference in the lives of young men just like Billy.