Homeless Ministry Founder Accused of Raping 10-Year-Old Girl

Posted on September 21, 2016


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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God meets Drug Dealers And Killers Strike Again……Cobb County police say the founder of a Smyrna homeless ministry has been arrested on rape and child molestation charges.

Danny Wells, also known as Pastor 7 at The Garden, is accused of raping a 10-year-old girl while she was staying at the recovery center.
The Garden, located at 2840 Plant Atkinson Road, operates the non-profit 7 Bridges to Recovery program.
“We have a home for 105 women and children and a program for 25 men that have all been rescued from the streets,” according to its website. “These men and women continue to go to the streets multiple times a week reaching out to the lost.”
According to police, the investigation began in Dothan, AL, leading to the interview of the girl. The victim told police she was sexually abused while staying at the The Garden with family. Police determined the alleged offender was Wells.
Police also believe there may be other victims.
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Here is more information on Wells from the center’s website:
“Pastor 7 is the founder of 7 Bridges. As a homeless runaway since age 10, he had built his life around crime, centered on drugs, firearms, money laundering and the mafia. Once caught by the FBI, he was eventually placed in solitary confinement. While in solitary, God came to 7 and whispered in his ear that He would never leave him or forsake him. At that moment, 7 surrendered his life but he didn’t know who this God was that he was surrendering to. He went on a quest to find the truth, studying all the religions he could. Not knowing how to read or write, he was given a Bible and God instantly taught him how to read. He came to know who Christ was and was transformed by His love. With no preacher, no evangelist, no literature and never being raised in the church, God Himself came down and forever changed his heart.
“When he came to know Jesus, God told him he was no longer who he used to be and was a new creation; complete in Christ. 7 is the number of completion and that is where the name came from. The Bible says each of us will get a new name when we get to heaven, 7 believes he just got his name on earth!
“He was released from prison in 2000 and God told him to go into the streets and under the bridges and love those with this new love he had been given. Eventually, he was given a home and began rescuing men off the streets and bringing them into his house. Then, women and children started showing up wanting help and God eventually provided the Garden, a home for women and children.”