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j-mellJonathan Mello,
Director
Teen Challenge Boston

Although Jonathan was exposed to Christian principles and biblical practices early in life, he drifted away from those teachings and adopted an atheistic worldview. Jonathan eventually found himself facing significant legal issues first as a juvenile and then as an adult that led him to seek help at Teen Challenge. He enrolled in the Brockton Campus program in July 2001 at the age of 20.

Three weeks after Jonathan entered the program, God revealed Himself to him mightily through Lamentations 2:17 and completely changed his outlook on life. Jonathan graduated the program in 2002, received his ministerial credentials in 2004, and is currently earning his Masters of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

He and his wife, Tabatha, make their home in Rhode Island along with their two dogs, Buster and Nicene.

 

To contact Jonathan Mello: jmello@tcboston.org


frankg-2 Frank Goodrich, Student Life Supervisor 
Teen Challenge Boston

Frank walked through the doors of Teen Challenge a hopeless, broken addict in June of 1990.  After about a month into the program Jesus brought him to a place of total surrender and radically saved him, set him free and called him into a life of full time ministry.  After graduating TC, Frank went on to receive his ministerial credentials in 1993 and was ordained in 1995.  Over the years Frank has pastored and planted several churches both here in the United States and abroad, and has been blessed to be involved with the ministry of Teen Challenge for the past 25 years.  Frank has three wonderful children and currently lives in Brockton, MA with his wife NolaJean and their son Robert.  Frank and his wife have dedicated their lives to loving those that have been held hostage by the epidemic of addiction and walk in the belief that “addiction ends with love”.

 

To contact Frank Goodrich: fgoodrich@tcboston.org