Former President of one of NZ's most notorious gangs, Toko Kopu devoted his life to the destruction of his, his family's and others lives. Today, He's healing hearts, restoring families and helping men contribute to a better society.
Read his story here on www.dailymail.co.uk.
Growing up in a broken home with neglect and with no male role model, Paris started dealing drugs to help support him through life. After being invited by a mate to Destiny Church, Paris' life started to turn... for the better.
Read his story here on www.stuff.co.nz.
Former Black Power President in Kaikohe, Renata (Renzo) caused havoc in the community and in his house. A decision to change himself and become a better husband, father and leader in the far north has impacted on his wife, children and the wider community.
Read his story here on www.tvnz.co.nz.
* How a former Mongrel Mob leader is now trying to empower men, RadioLive - 20 April, 2018
* Gang member ditches Mob for Destiny Church, NZ Herald - 13 Nov, 2017 12:42pm
* 'We're not soliciting, men are crying out for help' - Serco bans outreach programme run by Destiny Church, TVNZ - Mar 27, 2017
* Men 'Man Up' for whānau at Tū Tangata, Maori TV - 3:30pm, Sunday 12 March 2017
* Man up intiative encourages men to open up not harden up, Maori TV - 5:40pm, Thursday 29 December 2016
* Ex-prisoner thanks Destiny for rehabilitation, Newshub - 10/04/2016