Transforming Hearts Ministries
Endorsements for Transforming Hearts Ministries
October 5th, 2013

“Leroy and Jeanne Dillon are two of God’s secret weapons. My wife and I went through the Transforming Hearts program in 2011, and we had no idea of the powerful intersection with heaven that awaited us. My wife and I were shocked at the way God so precisely and deeply tapped our hearts, not only healing us of our wounds, but revealing God’s redemptive purposes in some of our lives’ greatest tragedies. I walked away from the experience with a completely different view of my past, my present, and my future. The Dillons pin-pointed my wife’s deepest area of wounding with unique discernment and such rich compassion, giving her a breakthrough so vast that it touched almost every area of her life. We found Leroy and Jeanne to be full of God’s Word, saturated with His Presence, and carrying the love and the experience needed to heal both our hearts, deepen our love for each other, and radically infuse us with life and courage.”

~Ken Williams, Associate Director of Global Legacy

Newsletter – September 2013
September 30th, 2013

Greetings once again from Redding! We hope you enjoy our latest collection of what’s happening here at Transforming Hearts Ministries!

What People Are Saying:

“There were conscious and unconscious ‘walls’ around my heart that were not allowing me to feel and express real love. It created a relational impasse between my wife and me. This father-wound ‘wall’ was one of the main root challenges that was dealt with. Transforming Hearts Ministries was able to address it and gloriously set me free! The key revelation that probably helped me more than anything was the statement that… “putting truth over emotional pain will not heal a heart or change a belief system. It takes an experience of revealed truth spoken directly by the Lord for healing to occur.” The entire process was truly a life changing experience for us, that established our marriage relationship on the most solid foundation we have ever known.”

Transforming Hearts Small Group:

Our son and daughter-in-law, Darin and Jillian, are co-leading our weekly small group session, made up of couples who have completed our curriculum and intensive. It’s rewarding to watch everyone sharing life together and learning how to live free as a community of believers. Each week we pray for breakthrough in each couple’s life, and are honored to carry each other’s burdens and see God bring transformation through healing, new life, joy, and hope.

Press On Because You Are Worth It!

One issue that surfaced in our small group is how to handle hurts you’ve received from those closest to you. If you feel hurt by someone, forgive immediately by getting alone with God to pray the Forgiveness Prayer. Be sure to listen to what Jesus says to bring peace to your heart. Only then can you safely approach the one who has hurt you to share how it made you feel. This will avoid damaging them with accusing words or lashing out in your own pain and allowing bitterness to fester in your heart. Hebrews 12:15 “See to it that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many.”

What’s New at the Ministry:

We have a new addition at Transforming Hearts Ministries! Caryn Corbin joined us in the beginning of September as our Personal Administrator Assistant. She works with us part-time, and has begun the process of organizing and streamlining all that we do to make our ministry work. This means that you will probably be hearing from Caryn via email communication, answering phones, and sending text messages. Welcome, Caryn!

Where are the Dillons?

In July, we held a Transforming Hearts Ministries conference at the Ekballo House of Prayer with their School of Intercession in Pasadena, CA. This August, we were blessed to minister in Kansas City, MO for a period of three weeks. We saw lives transformed, marriages healed, and families connected heart-to-heart as we prayed with singles, couples, parents, and children.

Upcoming Events:

Stay tuned, as we partner with churches and ministries nationwide to hold Transforming Hearts Ministries conferences. We are currently in the process of working with ministries in Pasadena, CA, Washington D.C., and Colorado Springs, CO. Want us to come to your area? Contact us to see about how we can bring Transforming Hearts Ministries to your home church or group!


Leroy and Jeanne

Pray With Us:

Would you consider joining with us in prayer in the following areas?

  • Wisdom as we connect with partnering churches and ministries for conferences.
  • Discernment and insight as we continue to meet with couples and singles for healing and freedom.

Have You Considered:

  • Hosting a Transforming Hearts conference for your fellowship or congregation?
  • Financially partnering with the work of Transforming Hearts Ministries?
  • Hosting a “Freedom and Love” presentation for your group?
  • Further training in our counseling?

Contact us for details!

Support Our Efforts:

To support the ongoing work of this ministry, tax-deductible donations can be made through PayPal at Thank you for your generosity!

Connect With Us & Share Your Story:

We love sharing stories of God’s work in your lives to encourage and give hope to those who are struggling. Share your testimony and find us on:

Facebook -> “Transforming Hearts Ministries” -> Be sure to LIKE us! -> “Contact Us”

Check out our NEW VIDEO with this link:
October 13th, 2012

Click Here to see our new video on the About Us page.

See personal accounts of transformed hearts. This is so exciting, so inspiring; we love the way each personality comes alive as they share their freedom and love. It’s a snapshot into Transforming Hearts Ministries. This is worth waking up in the morning for!

October 9th, 2012

Shekinah Worship Center
42640 10th Street West
Lancaster, CA 93534

Pastor Joe Sweet

Thursday, November 8    6:30PM – 9:30PM
Friday, November 9         6:30PM – 9:30PM
Saturday, November 10  9:30AM – 12:30PM    2:00PM – 5:30PM

John Sweet or Lisa Kincaid
(661) 940-8378
[email protected]


  • Healing of personal wounds
  • Resolution of anger, bitterness, abuse & generational issues
  • Freedom from rejection, emotional neglect, abandonment, etc.
  • Deliverance from fears, depression, negative thinking, stress & anxiety
  • Freedom from the bondage of immorality & addictions
  • How to become best friends with your spouse
  • How to communicate from your heart
  • How to reach the hearts of your children
Conference in Kansas City, MO December 3 & 4, 2011
November 19th, 2011

Leroy and Jeanne Dillon will present:

TRANSFORMED: A Conference on FREEDOM AND LOVE In Marriage and Life

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Transformed Hearts; Changed Lives
April 13th, 2010

Welcome to our BLOG!

Transformed hearts; changed lives; love easily given and received; life lived in freedom; the ability to see God for who He really is and to understand and walk in the truth of who I am in Christ: these are some of the goals of our hearts for everyone who reads this BLOG.

We meet regularly with people to help identify and resolve personal and marital issues and weekly see people set free to love and be loved, sometimes, for the first time in their lives.

We have found that emotional damage from our past will always affect how we view ourselves, how we respond to others, how we treat others, how we respond to others who touch our pain, and how we view God.

It is so critical that we resolve the emotional areas of pain, so that our present relationships will not be negatively affected. Unresolved emotional damage causes us to make vows and build walls to protect our heart from further hurt. We won’t allow others to get close for fear that they will hurt us like we have been damaged in the past. If we have been too emotionally damaged, we will be limited in the amount of love we can give to others, because a person focused on his own pain can never seem to see other people’s needs or connect deeply in relationship with them.

Jesus desires to “heal the brokenhearted” “to bind up their wounds”  (emotional issues) “to proclaim liberty to the captives” (spiritual issues), and “to set at liberty those who are oppressed” (abuse issues) (Psalms 147:3, Luke 4:18). Jesus is the “heart transformer.”

I would encourage you to ask Jesus to show what’s going on inside of you. Have you felt pain in your heart from someone? Have you been damaged emotionally? How has that affected you? Does it cause you to hide or run away, or go to an addiction? Does it cause you to get angry and lash out at someone? Has it affected your ability to open your heart to your spouse/children/others?

If you would like help resolving any of these issues, please contact us; we would love to help.

The following is a recent testimony from a friend who did just that.


I wanted to give you an update on how we are doing. I hope it is an encouragement to you. If you recall, I had been intimidated, beat up, and even molested at one point at school as a young child (around age 5-6), then was later bullied and constantly criticized and shamed by my mother as a teenager. That all led to an overwhelming intimidation that tormented every area of my life for more than 35 years. Honestly, I didn’t think I would ever be free and had learned to live with significant regret. I would shrink back from most opportunities in business because of fear, especially of embarrassment and making mistakes. I would keep trying to step out in ministry, but would soon become incapacitated because of the heavy oppression followed by the inability to hear God or have any confidence when the intimidation came.

I remember that you walked me through bringing the intimidated part of my heart to Jesus and then had me declare His revealed truth over myself, even though it was not my present reality. I remember I said something about being bold (and immediately then thinking, “are you kidding?”).

Still, somewhere inside I knew it was truth, so I hung onto it anyway. Later, the Holy Spirit gave me a tool to help me stand in new truth. When intimidation would try to come, I would say in my heart, “I’m not that girl anymore.”

It has been several months now since you ministered to us, and, though I still struggle with fear at times, I have a new grace and capacity to take authority over it, and I do. I am doing things I would not even have considered previously. For example, speaking a testimony and sharing a short teaching over a microphone in front of a group. We have also gotten involved in altar ministry for couples, individual and couples counseling, etc…

And…God continues to strengthen our marriage.