Founder of Non-Profit That Mentors At-Risk and Fatherless Boys is the Next Guest On The Crossman Conversation Saturday Sept. 9
WINTER PARK — Pastor Kenneth Clark, founder of Vibrant Families (VFAM) a non-profit that brings community leaders together to mentor at-risk and fatherless youth, will join John Crossman Saturday, Sept. 9 on The Crossman Conversation starting at 1:05 p.m.
Less than two years ago – following a dedicated five-year tenure as a pastor, Clark realized that his passion extended beyond preaching the gospel from a platform. It was to serve those in need, especially at-risk children facing circumstances similar to his own upbringing – no father or male role model.
Clark’s early life – believing he wouldn’t live to see his 18th birthday, then being adopted at age 13 by a middle-class Christian couple – taught him there was another way to live and he then flourished. Now at the helm of the first non-government funded program operating alongside Seminole County Public Schools, he and other mentors hang out at the Y every other week with elementary and middle-schoolers, talk about relevant issues and go on monthly excursions like fishing, bowling, nice restaurant…anything a father would do.
He built successful relationships along his professional journey over a span of 22 years, and many have been there for Clark since his Spring 2022 launch of the non-profit. A husband and father of three, he is also the Sales Manager of Acquisitions for a Christian publishing firm and a marriage coach. And he is working on his first book about how to live a vibrant life.
Crossman launched his talk show to locate and collaborate with people like Pastor Clark who experienced serious challenges but still succeeded and found a niche. For Clark, it is building up community by showing fatherless boys how to dream and achieve a better future.
The Crossman Conversation podcast with Pastor Kenneth Clark can be heard starting this Saturday Sept 9 at 1:05 p.m. and on-demand at https://www.theshepherdradio.com/podcasts/the-crossman-conversation/
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