Nineveh Hosts 5th Annual Boots & Bling on September 30, 2017

AUSTIN, Texas – August 28, 2017

Nineveh Ministries, the only Central Texas non-profit that navigates the Texas juvenile system to help juvenile offenders find purpose, personal growth, and achievement, will host the 5th Annual Boots & Bling on Saturday, September 30th, 2017 at the Westin in the Domain.

Headlining the evening will be country music recording artist, Rodney Atkins whose songs include Take A Back Road, Watching You and Farmer’s Daughter. Guests will also be treated to a cocktail reception and silent auction followed by a sit-down dinner, live auction, and then Mr. Atkins in concert.

“Nineveh’s goal is to break the cycle of incarcerated youth,” said Chris Haskins, Nineveh Ministries Executive Director and Founder. “71% of juveniles arrested in Texas will be arrested again in a 3 year period. The money raised at Boots & Bling will help us across all our programs – being with youth inside jail, mentoring them upon release, developing their character, and helping them learn the job skills needed to get employed.

Nineveh Ministries currently serves youth in Travis and Williamson counties and in 2015 opened re-entry centers in each. The centers allow Nineveh mentors to have a consistent relationship with youth once released and programs like In-Facility Mentoring, Character and Life Skills Classes, and our Jail to Jobs program.

To attend Boots & Bling, please visit or for donations and auction items, contact


About Nineveh Ministries

Nineveh Ministries is the only non-profit in Central Texas that goes into juvenile centers and works directly with incarcerated youth. Through a holistic program comprised of spiritual, character and job skills development, juvenile offenders develop an intrinsic personal value and break the cycle of incarceration. To date, Nineveh has worked with over 3,000 youth. Nineveh currently serves youth in Travis and Williamson county detention centers, and the greater Ft. Worth area. They work with local youth organizations, churches and business partners in order to connect youth with local mentors and partners post-incarceration. To learn more or get involved, visit


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