A hopeful future after a painful past

A hopeful future after a painful past

There are 11 comments on the A liberal dose story from Feb 24, 2008, titled A hopeful future after a painful past. In it, A liberal dose reports that:

FORT WORTH -- At the Presbyterian Night Shelter, Dwayne Kinloch meets many homeless people who blame their criminal records for keeping them on the street.

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Jim Barnard

Saint Petersburg, FL

#1 Jul 14, 2008
This is a wonderful story about an individual's life unfolding as one would hope it would. Unfortunate events took place, but if we look deeply, most have had unfortunate events take place at some point. The tremendously uplifting force of this story is that we will be judged by how we answer the question what will we do now? Don't you just hope that everyone with a past debt (everyone) would find someone in their life to help them move ahead to fullfill the vast potential for positive impact available to them.
I have worked with Dwayne Kinloch and to this day the example he set with his own life remains a mainstay in my own journey.
Beth

Granbury, TX

#2 Aug 27, 2008
I know Mr. Kinloch. I am very proud of him as a fellow human being. I saw his work in Austin, Texas. The world's a better place because he is in it, and he is living proof that people can change if they want to. Dwayne, if you're reading this- I hope you are doing well, and you're health and well being are in my prayers
Dwayne

San Antonio, TX

#3 Sep 21, 2008
Jim Barnard wrote:
This is a wonderful story about an individual's life unfolding as one would hope it would. Unfortunate events took place, but if we look deeply, most have had unfortunate events take place at some point. The tremendously uplifting force of this story is that we will be judged by how we answer the question what will we do now? Don't you just hope that everyone with a past debt (everyone) would find someone in their life to help them move ahead to fullfill the vast potential for positive impact available to them.
I have worked with Dwayne Kinloch and to this day the example he set with his own life remains a mainstay in my own journey.
thank you Jim, God Bless you.
Dwayne

San Antonio, TX

#4 Sep 21, 2008
Beth wrote:
I know Mr. Kinloch. I am very proud of him as a fellow human being. I saw his work in Austin, Texas. The world's a better place because he is in it, and he is living proof that people can change if they want to. Dwayne, if you're reading this- I hope you are doing well, and you're health and well being are in my prayers
Thank you for your kind words. Stay Blessed Beth.
Steph

Dallas, TX

#5 Dec 19, 2008
As a Social Service Professional , I think MR. Kinloch has the unique ability/ gift to be able to not only be an executive in the board room, but reach clients in a way that most of us only pretend to know through reading books. I think Mr. Kinloch is amazing and I sit in awe of his tenacity, drive, and wisdom. Tarrant County is better because you are here!!!
Anonymous

Dallas, TX

#6 Mar 20, 2012
You people are incredibly naive and blind. A person such as him does not change. If you wrap crap up in pretty paper with a bow, it's still crap underneath. Meaning a person can have the appearance of doing good deeds on the outside for the world to see but still be dirty on the inside in their soul. As evidenced today with his endictment by the Tarrant County Grand Jury for his plot to steal up to $100,000 by committing fraud by creating bogus invoices for a food company, then turning around and writing checks from PNS for those bogus invoices. I for one hope he is found guilty and rots away in jail for the remainder of his pathetic life. Stealing from those who are need is atrocious. Did I fail to mention that I also worked with him while in the employ of PNS?
lamont

United States

#7 Apr 3, 2012
Yes indeed. He fooled a lot of people ( snake), never fooled me.( Lamont). The shelter will prevail.
lamont

United States

#8 Apr 4, 2012
Hopefully all the friends,donors and volunteers will continue to support the efforts of the shelter,and not allow this person the pleasure of even thinking that he can come to fort worth and disrupt our mission to end homelessness. People will continue to give and volunteer as usual and the shelter will look back on this situation and laugh one day, you loose Dwayne,Duane,what ever your damn name is ( LOL)
ex arch employee

Dallas, TX

#9 Jun 5, 2012
Beth wrote:
I know Mr. Kinloch. I am very proud of him as a fellow human being. I saw his work in Austin, Texas. The world's a better place because he is in it, and he is living proof that people can change if they want to. Dwayne, if you're reading this- I hope you are doing well, and you're health and well being are in my prayers
Beth,
Are you the same "Beth" who worked with him at the ARCH in Austin Tx. Didn't he fire you?
lamont

United States

#10 Jul 9, 2012
Anybody have any infomation on the court date, I must be in attendance.
mashall

Fort Worth, TX

#11 Dec 4, 2013
I worked under
Dwayne , he gave me a chance i was homeless. Not a bad word to say about the man. I never seen nothing but some type of good around him.
I had to quit to pursue some schooling. But that's my two cents,

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