The Bridge 330 is a mentoring program whose mission is to provide quality mentoring tools and resources to families and communities in ways the support sustained social healing, a restoration of hope, and an avenue to emotional health
His Journey & Vision
Jonathan Frejuste is an author, speaker, and mentor dedicated to empowering individuals and communities. As the founder of The Bridge 330, he leverages his passion for positive change, emotional health, and spiritual growth to impact lives. Jonathan's work centers on mentorship, personal development, and building emotionally healthy communities. Through his books, speaking, and mentoring programs, he encourages self-awareness, purposeful living, and healing from past wounds. Jonathan is committed to inspiring a future filled with hope and resilience.
your greatest frustration is a problem you are here to solve.
Jonathan Frejuste | Author & Mentor
The books are written for 2 sets of people:
The first set of people includes parents, pastors, social workers, therapists, teachers, life coaches, and mentors who can give the people they work with a guide and a framework to organize their lives. This requires that these leaders first live out the messages in their own lives. The famous writer James Baldwin said that children have a hard time listening to their parents, but they never fail to imitate them. In other words, you cannot give what you don't truly live and possess. In order to truly reach people, you need to live out the messages before you can impart them with a greater level of integrity and effectiveness.
The 2nd set of people is anyone raised in an imperfect family (which is all of us). Whether we've come from a broken home with abuse, addiction and/or incarceration or a home with great parents, we all have gaps in our self-awareness, self-development, and self-care. This book is geared to provide tools to find your voice, reclaim your power, and reposition yourself to live out God's calling for your life.
Pick up copies today for yourself and anyone you know who falls in these 2 sets of people!! It’s possible to heal our communities!! It starts by acknowledging the ways we’ve been broken and neglected and then taking the steps to heal, compensate for our deficits, and Bridge the Gaps.