Meet Our Team of Addiction Professionals
After years in active addiction and recovery, Ben attended Our Master’s Camp . His stay at Our Master’s Camp was not only the catalyst for his finding freedom from addiction through Jesus Christ, but also the inspiration that led to him becoming a full time addiction professional.
After serving as the OMC administrator for over three years, he was asked to become the director in early 2016. His experience and love for helping men, along with his love for Christ enable him to help guide men on their path of recovery.
Having achieved many years of sobriety, Ben is passionate about using his personal recovery experience to help the men at Our Master’s Camp. Ben plays a role in admissions, leading classes and groups, and twelve step work.
He has been employed with Providence Ministries for four years.
In all things, Ben operates with the understanding “so if the Son sets you free you will be free indeed”. John 8:36.
Clint has a BA in Organizational Leadership as well as a Theological Course of Study from Emory University.
The first ministry that Clint was involved in was a Rescue Mission and Jail Ministry. After about three years that door closed and Christ opened a door for Clint to be a local pastor. For 12 years, Clint faithfully served as Pastor in the Methodist Church. Clint clearly felt a call to the Navajo people after attending a mission’s conference, and spent the better part of the next four years in various facets of that ministry.
In November of 2016, he and his family came to Our Master’s Camp. Clint values working with a diverse group of men from all over the country. His calling to preach and counsel, that was honed in his pastorship, are valuable tools for introducing and encouraging the redemptive work of Jesus in the mean’s lives. Clint uses his valuable personal struggles to relate to the men in the recovery process. Clint’s vision for the men is for them to be changed and empowered by the knowledge and tools they receive while at Our Master’s Camp and that they use their experience to spread God’s message to their families, communities, and the world. Jesus said, “Behold, I make all things new.”
Counselor CAC II, CCS
Danny is a native of Dalton, GA, Certified Addiction Counselor II and a Certified Clinical Supervisor.
Prior to joining the Providence Ministries Staff in August 2005, Danny served as a Counselor at Christian Love Ministries in Murphy N.C. for five years. He was employed with Georgia Highlands (Highland Rivers) for eight years.
He has been clean and sober since September 1994. Danny has a passion for the recovering community.
His experience and God’s call makes Danny an asset to the “Our Masters Camp” in Middle TN, 12 Step Christian Recovery Center Program.
Counselor BA, MA
He has worked in various roles and settings (inpatient, residential, outpatient) in the mental health and substance abuse treatment field since 1981.
He is licensed and certified nationally and in Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina as a provider of mental health and substance abuse treatment services.
He and his wife, Sally, currently reside in Nothwest Georgia and are members at the Oakwood Baptisrt Church in Chickamauga, Georgia. They have two adult daughters and one granddaughter.
DR. LES WARREN
Theologian & Teacher
While pursuing an engineering career, he answered the call to the Gospel ministry.
His educational training consists of a B. A degree at Tennessee Temple College; M.RE at Temple Baptist Theological Seminary; M.A.BS at Dallas Theological Seminary and a D. Min. at Luther Rice Seminary.
Dr. & Mrs. Warren both served almost 20 years with Bluewater Bible College, St. Thomas (1963-1982) in both faculty and administrative positions.
He was the associate pastor (1964-1977) and pastor (1977-1981) of Calvary Baptist Church, St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. During his pastorate the church moved to it’s present location.
Upon returning to the U.S. he was professor of Bible Studies at Luther Rice Seminary, Jacksonville, FL (1990-2003). While in Florida he held several church positions in various churches, the last being pastor of Colonial Baptist Church (1993-2003).
Since moving to Tennessee in 2003, Biblical Insights Ministry was fully organized to provide assistance to small churches in the U.S. and overseas.
This is done through Bible Conferences, revivals, training seminars, church literature and workshops. This is provided with little or no cost to the churches.
REVEREND ROY (CAC I) & PAT JOHNSON
They opened a shelter for homeless men in 1985 in Dalton, Georgia, which later developed into a drug and alcohol recovery program for those with substance abuse issues.
There is also a second men’s shelter in Calhoun, Georgia. They have opened two boys’ homes, licensed with the State of Georgia, that works with children assigned by the Department of Family and Children Services or the Department of Juvenile Justice.
The ministry now has three thrift stores located in Dalton, Calhoun and Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. The ministry’s headquarters is located in a working mission in Dalton, Georgia.
Our Master’s Camp as well as the Providence Women’s Recovery prgram are the newest addition to the ministry, providing a recovery program for the addicted on a beautiful private rural farm.
Brother Roy & Ms. Pat have three children and five grandchildren