Reformers Unanimous is committed to offering wonderful support staff for the program. Our challenge leaders are trained and experienced in working with addiction. They provide counsel, insight, advice, support, encouragement, and many times a listening ear for those going through struggles with addiction. Our staff has a varied background of experience in the multiple professional fields. Many of our staff have been addicts and gained victory through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Raised in a Bible-believing Pastor’s home, John Bilboe learned the value of Biblical principles in one’s life. Valley Forge Baptist Temple gave him the opportunity to apply those principles as a member of the Board of Directors of Cornerstone Prison Ministry where he also serves as a preacher. He is a Sunday School Teacher at VFBT where he leads an Adult Bible Fellowship group called “New Horizons.” Inspired by the need for soul winners, John trains men and women in “Evangelism Explosion,” a step-by-step process in leading someone to Jesus Christ. With a driving compassion for those struggling with addictions, John now leads VFBT’s “Reformer’s Unanimous”, our faith-based addiction program. His guidance enables those in need to learn and apply the Word of God in overcoming any and all worldly challenges. His spirit-led pursuit guides people to follow God’s leading when faced with the trials of life.
Pastor Eifert graduated from Cedarville College and came to VFBT in January, 1993, having moved from Maryland to the Collegeville area. While working for a major pharmaceutical company, the Lord called Pastor Eifert into full-time ministry, and he was ordained in May 2000. Pastor Eifert is the Pastor of Family Ministries and Counseling at VFBT. He received his Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Trinity Theological Seminary and is a certified biblical counselor with NANC (National Association of Nouthetic Counselors). He is also the director of the Valley Forge Biblical Counseling Center operated out of Valley Forge Baptist Temple. He is married to Ann, and they have three children, Eric, Kendra and Allison.
Support Staff Providing an Environment of Growth and Acceptance.