White House Re-Entry Czar Tony Lowden Speaks at Changing Lives

During the weekly volunteer meeting at the Changing Lives office, Pastor Tony Lowden visited the team. He spoke some encouraging words, lifting the team up with faith.

Tony Lowden is the White House Re-Entry Czar. In this role he works toward prison reform and the re-entry of imprisoned individuals into communities after paying their debt to society. His congregation is in Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia. was appointed executive director of the administration’s Federal Interagency Council on Crime Prevention and Improving Reentry, an initiative started by the current President in 2018.

He is also the pastor to 96 year old ex-President Jimmy Carter.

Changing Lives is committed to providing compassionate care and resources to the community’s most vulnerable.