Terry King to Speak at BMF September Meeting

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Rev. Terry King will speak at Business Men's Fellowship September 18 meeting at Protocol Restaurant in Williamsville from 12-1PM.

Rev. King is the founder and Chairman of the Board for Saving Grace Ministries, Inc. Rev. King founded SGM, Inc. in 1999 after he became painfully aware of the lack of coordinated services available for men who are released from prison. As Agency Executive Director, Rev. King oversees the day-to-day operation of the “Grace House” Transitional Residence Program, a transitional housing program for unaccompanied homeless adult males who are under supervision by the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. Rev. King supervises a staff of 20, which includes an Associate Director, six case managers, facility caretakers, and other executive and administrative staff.

Prior to ministry Terry experienced extreme success in business as a young man that offered him a lucrative lifestyle that denied him nothing. His high life and self abuse came to a screeching halt one cold wintery night in 1994 when Terry struck and killed a young man of nineteen in a alcohol related accident. Having received Christ one summer night in a New York State penitentiary, his life would never be the same.

As an inmate, Terry developed and taught a number of Christian curriculums adopted by several prisons. He has written several books and has become a highly respected speaker. The testimony speaks of the miraculous work God has performed in his life. Terry is the Executive Director and will oversee all aspects of this ministry in conjunction with primary responsibility of community and church interaction.

As a minister, Terry remains available to share the gift of grace upon His life and share the message of salvation available through Christ. Whether it is a message to our youth, a church service, bibles study, conferences, or special presentation, Terry never fails to share the miraculous work that only God can do.

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